As soon as SCOTUS’s the (Supreme Court of the United States) issued the rulings on the director of FHFA my phone blew up and Kim Schubert with Freddie Mac, she’s been a long-time listener and supporter of our podcast, really appreciate her. She asked if we were going to have Mitch Kider, come on to talk about that ruling. And so we have recorded an interview with Mitch Kider about the recent Supreme court ruling.
Info about “WEINER BRODSKY KIDER“:
Weiner Brodsky Kider PC has provided counsel to the financial services industry in Washington, DC and across the United States for more than three decades. Their attorneys are sought out for their knowledge, experience and insight in representing clients before federal and state agencies that regulate the financial services industry. From forward and reverse mortgages, to critical compliance matters and high-stakes litigation, clients rely on them as a guide through the intricacies of an ever-changing legal landscape.
They serve a broad client base ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies, including depository and non-depository institutions and trade associations. They are proud to represent many of the United States’ largest homebuilders and their affiliated settlement service providers. They are honored to serve as General Counsel for the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA).
More info on Mitch Kider:
Mitch is the Chairman and Managing Partner of Weiner Brodsky Kider PC, a national law firm specializing in the representation of financial institutions, residential homebuilders, and real estate settlement service providers. In his 32 years as a practicing attorney, Mitch has represented banks, mortgage companies, homebuilders, credit card issuers, and other financial service companies in a broad range of litigation and regulatory and compliance matters. He represents clients in investigative and enforcement actions before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and various state and local regulatory authorities and Attorney’s General offices. Mitch is a frequent speaker on regulatory and litigation matters before trade associations and other industry groups. He is a Faculty Fellow of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America. Mitch is the author of several books pertaining to residential mortgage finance, and has also written law review and real estate journal articles on the subject.
Links mentioned in podcast:
Don Layton’s article published on May 28th