MLTA 2014 Spring Education Seminar
Thursday, May 15th
Friday, May 16th, 2014
Best Western Helena Great Northern Hotel
Agenda and registration coming soon.
MLTA 2013 Fall Education Seminar Presentations.
MLTA did not be print Speaker Handout Books this year. Please print the following presentations and handouts before you leave your office.
“Best Practices II and CFPB: Protecting Consumers & Lenders in a Post Dodd-Frank Mortgage Lending Environment,” by John Hollenbeck
“Subdivision Law: Montana Subdivision & Platting Act” Dan Stahly, Stahly Engineering, Bozeman, County Planner for Toole and Pondera Counties
Stahly Handout Part I
Stahly Handout Part II
Stahly Handout Part III
Stahly Handout Part IV
Stahly Handout Part V
“Finding The Right Path: A Guide To Leading and Managing a Title Insurance Co. & Change in the Digital Age,” Roger Lubeck, Ph.D., Corporate Behavior Analysts, Ltd.
“Underwriters’ Panel Discussion,” Cindy Guanell, Bob Rice, Ken Bassham
“Basic Understanding of the ALTA 2006 Owners Policy or Loan Policy & Applicable Underwriting Considerations,” Cindy Guanell, First American Title Insurance Co.
Guanell Handouts Part II
Guanell Handouts Part III
“Policy Types, including short form policies, homeowner policies,” Ken Bassham, Old Republic Title Ins. Co.
Ken's PowerPoint will be posted soon.
Ethics: “Defamation in the Title Industry: Sticks & stones may break my bones, but names can really hurt me,” Dr. Sue Balter-Reitz, MSUB
MLTA Spring Education Seminar Presentations
MLTA did not be print Speaker Handout Books this year. The following are presentations from the Spring Seminar.
Best Practices, John Hollenbeck
Best Practices Handouts
The Bakken: An Update on the Volume, Taxes & Impact on the Title Industry, Tom Richmond
Obtaining Underwriter Approval on High Risk or High Liability Transactions, Cindy Guanell
Back to the Basics: Why We Do Some of the Things That We Do,
Underwriter Panel: Current Challenges in Underwriting (Outline)
Claims 2013, Stories of Touching Fire & Living to Tell About It, Jeff Wiener
Entity Authority Issues: Claims for Fraud, Forgery & Managers Exceeding Their Authority, David Lawson
Business Ethics, Prof. Belle Marie
What Needs to be Reported to the IRS & What Does Not, David Steintl
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