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CE: False Claims Act Update
Member Price: $99.00
Nonmember Price: $299.00
Product Code: E2191718W/REGIS
Date Held:
May 28, 2019

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Description of Product
Date Held:
May 28 

The U.S. Department of Justice continues to aggressively pursue penalties for violations of the False Claims Act by FHA-approved mortgagees through dozens of cases over the last several years, and has won awards totaling over four billion dollars. The current Administration continues the trend, with three more settlements announced at the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019. Just last month, the VA-OIG and US Attorney's Office sent out subpoenas to several VA lenders reviewing origination practices for possible liability under the False Claims Act. In addition, whistleblowers (called relators) are filing their own lawsuits predicated on the False Claims Act. In the midst of all of this activity, HUD released proposed changes to its loan-level and annual certifications and its defect taxonomy with the stated goal of addressing some of the uncertainty FHA lenders face in connection with the False Claims Act.

Please join MBA Compliance Essentials as it examines this risk of liability for mortgage lenders, as industry experts on this subject cover the topic from both a production and servicing point of view.


Tuesday, May 28th, 2019


2:00-3:00 p.m. EST


This program will sensitize attendees to the inherent risks and offer valuable insights on steps to take to contain such risks by covering:
  • The False Claims Act requirements;
  • Findings that have given rise to Lender Liability;
  • Measures Lenders can implement to avoid becoming an FCA statistic;
  • Recent FCA actions against Lenders that have involved Servicing and Reverse Mortgages; and
  • The recent HUD proposals to amend the certification language and defect taxonomy.


  • Phillip L. Schulman, Partner, Mayer Brown
  • Krista Cooley, Partner, Mayer Brown

Who Should Attend?

  • Compliance Managers and Staff
  • Operations Personnel
  • In-House Counsel
  • Legal
  • Tech Vendors
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For registration information, call (800)-793-6222 or email education@mba.org

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