Expert Recognition for Isaac Gradman and The Subprime Shakeout

 

 

 

 

For media inquiries or speaking invitations, please send an email to inquiries<at>subprimeshakeout.com with details.

Selected Publications

Selected Professional Citations

News Media

Presentations, Roundtables & Webinars

  • “Mortgage-Backed Securities Litigation: New Theories, New Defendants,” Strafford Webinar (slide presentation available here) (January 7, 2014).
  • “Bank of America: Mortgage legal risk conference call,” Credit Agricole Securities, hosted by Mike Mayo (CLSA) (February 25, 2013).
  • “Mortgage-Backed Securities Litigation: Latest Developments: Pursuing and Defending Investors, Issuers, Underwriters and Other Stakeholders in MBS Claims,” Strafford Webinar (slide presentation available here) (November 15, 2012).
  • “Meet & Greet/Book Signing for Way Too Big to Fail,” Copperfield’s Books, Petaluma, CA (June 16, 2012).
  • “Trends and Forecasts in Mortgage Backed Securities Litigation,” State Bar of California Business Law Section, Consumer Financial Services Committee (February 16, 2012).
  • “The Subprime Shakeout: Trends and Forecasts in MBS Litigation,” San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association (December 5, 2011).
  • “Mortgage Litigation Update: What You Should Be Watching,” Gerson Lehrman Group Teleconference (October 10, 2011).
  • “Battling Buybacks: The Mortgage and Bond Insurance Angle,” Inside Mortgage Finance Webinar (October 7, 2011).
  • “Mortgage Repurchase Risks,” & “Mortgage Repurchase Risks Update,” Compass Point Research & Trading, LLC Conference Calls (August 2010 & May 2011, respectively).
  • “Mortgage Finance – Origination, Servicing and Foreclosure,” Gerson Lehrman Group Roundtable, San Francisco, CA (March 2, 2011).
  • “Investor Putbacks, MERS & the Capital Markets,” Midwinter Housing Finance Conference, Park City, UT (February 10, 2011).
  • “The Foreclosure Crisis – RMBS and Associated Liability Risk,” Gerson Lehrman Group Teleconference (October 19, 2010).

 

oReuters, “AIG seeks to recoup billions it says it lost to fraud,” Tom Hals (April 28, 2011).