Foreclosure Predatory Lending: Case Assessment, Issue Spotting, and Important Forms
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David A. Leen is a principal in the law firm of Leen & O’Sullivan, PLLC in Seattle where his main emphasis of practice is on real estate, business and consumer litigation. He is a former regional attorney for the Federal Trade Commission and the Legal Service Corporation.
Mr. Leen is the author of several law review articles and manuals on real estate and a frequent speaker before professional and civic groups on various real estate topics and has testified on foreclosure issues before the Washington State Legislature and the U.S. Congress. Mr. Leen handled several recent landmark cases on deed of trust foreclosure, including Cox v. Helenius, 103 Wn.2d 383 (1985), which imposed new responsibilities upon trustees in the foreclosure process, and Vail v. Brown, 946 F.2d 589 (8th Cir. 1991), imposing due process upon foreclosure of VA insured loans.
Mr. Leen is a member of the Deed of Trust Revision Committee of the Washington State Bar Association. He recently completed a four year term as Trustee of the Legal Foundation of Washington, which distributes IOLTA funds to low income legal service providers.
Who May Use This Course:
- If you have volunteered for WSBA's Home Foreclosure Legal Aid Project or are performing other foreclosure related pro bono activities, you are eligible to receive free MCLE credit for completing these training programs. All you have to do is certify that you have watched them (requires login).
- For non-credit education, the recording may be viewed by anyone.
Washington State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, and Home Foreclosure Legal Aid Project