About Johnston Thomas
Johnston Thomas is a full suite boutique law firm, which amongst other practices such as real estate and commercial litigation, has a nationally recognized Mortgage Banking Practice Group. The firm is comprised of an experienced team of mortgage banking lawyers, a certified fraud examiner and forensic underwriters, and an extremely competent support staff, all of whom are dedicated to aggressively and competently serving the needs of their valued clientele. Johnston Thomas’ Mortgage Banking Practice Group is known across the country for the experience and results it brings to the areas of regulatory compliance, mortgage banking litigation, and a broad range of mitigation services.
The team of professionals who comprise Johnston Thomas’s Mortgage Banking Practice Group represent their clients in matters that include, but are not limited to, repurchase and make-whole lawsuits, servicer mitigation and litigation disputes third-party mortgage fraud litigation (e.g., brokers, appraisers, settlement agents, etc.), appeals to HUD’s Mortgagee Review Board, preparation of policies and procedures, creation of Loan Officer Compensation plans, formation of Marketing Service Agreements, assisting with the negotiation and review of Broker and Correspondent LPAs and Sellers Guides, prosecution and defense of actions involving loan officers that are hired by competitors, and much, much more.
Click here to view the library of recordings and presentations from prior hosted webinars by Johnston Thomas's Mortgage Banking Practice Group!
Johnston Thomas' Mortgage Banking Practice Group offers TMC members up to two, 30-minute complimentary consultations annually in addition to discounted solutions including but not limited to:
See below for handouts from TMC Winter 2020 session: Top Legal Issues Facing the Mortgage Industry & Strategies to Mitigate Your Risk featuring Johnston-Thomas Mortgage Banking Practice Group Chair, James W. Brody, Esq.
See below for presentation decks from recent webinars hosted by Johnston-Thomas's Mortgage Banking Practice Group Chair, James W. Brody, Esq.