Lender Defenses: What's Working & What isn't Working; Litigation & Alternatives - The Attorneys' Perspectives
Mortgage Bankers Association
March 09, 2010
Robert Siegel and Philip Stein speak at the Mortgage Bankers Association's MBA Repurchase Workshop on the subjects of "Lender Defenses: What's Working and What Isn't Working," and "Litigation and Alternatives - The Attorneys' Perspectives."
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