Cyber Crime in the Title Industry

3 credits

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wire fraudThe FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center receives complaints crossing the spectrum of cyber crime matters. Since they began tracking scams in the late 2013, it has compiled statistics on more thgan 7,000 U.S. companies that have been victimized. The scam succeeds by compromising legitimate business email accounts through social engineering or computer instrusion techniques, Businesses of all sizes are targeted, and the fraud is proliferating. Title companies handle a lot of money through their escrow accounts and are consequently a favorite target of cyber criminals. This course covers all the different types of cyberfraud, how to recognize them, and how to protect your business against them.

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CFPB New Rule

CFPB’s New Rule

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This course will cover the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new rule on the Integrated Disclosure Rule. It discusses:

  • The History of the Rule
  • The Scope of the Rule
  • New Terminology
  • Pre-application activity
  • Loan Application & Estimate
  • Consummation
  • Effective Date

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The Presenter is

Kevin Pagoda, Esq.

Born in Santa Monica, California, Kevin Pogoda grew up in Southern California. A graduate from the University of
California at Berkeley with degrees in Rhetoric (honors) and Legal Studies (high honors), Kevin completed his law
school education at the University of California School of Law in 1994. After law school, Kevin worked in several
firms located in New Jersey, Virginia and the District of Columbia. While in private practice, Kevin’s experience
included SEC compliance, Indian gaming law, commercial litigation, labor and employment law, and not-for-profit
litigation.

Kevin has taken and passed the bar exams for California, New Jersey, Virginia and Maryland. In 1998, Kevin began his career as a settlement attorney at a prominent settlement company located in Annandale, Virginia.

While in that position, Kevin performed approximately 3,000 settlements and focused on 1031 Exchanges and resolving title issues. Since May 2006, Kevin has joined Old Republic National Title Insurance Company as Assistant Vice President and Virginia State Manager and as such oversees the Company’s entire operations for Virginia.

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ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey Standards Course Published

2 credits. Members of the American Land Title Association® (ALTA®) have specific needs, unique to title insurance matters, when asked to insure title to land without exception as to the many matters which might be discoverable from survey and inspection, and which are not evidenced by the public records. This course discusses the standards associated with those surveys.

For a survey of real property, and the plat, map or record of such survey, to be acceptable to a title insurance company for the purpose of insuring title to said real property free and clear of survey matters (except those matters disclosed by the survey and indicated on the plat or map), certain specific and pertinent information must be presented for the distinct and clear understanding between the insured, the client (if different from the insured), the title insurance company (insurer), the lender, and the surveyor professionally responsible for the survey.

In order to meet such needs, clients, insurers, insureds, and lenders are entitled to rely on surveyors to conduct surveys and prepare associated plats or maps that are of a professional quality and appropriately uniform, complete, and accurate. To that end, and in the interests of the general public, the surveying profession, title insurers, and abstracters, the ALTA and the NSPS jointly promulgate the within details and criteria setting forth a minimum standard of performance for ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys.

A complete 2016 ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey includes:
(i) the on-site fieldwork required pursuant to Section 5,
(ii) the preparation of a plat or map pursuant to Section 6 showing the results of the fieldwork and its relationship to documents provided to or obtained by the surveyor pursuant to Section 4,
(iii) any information from Table A items requested by the client, and
(iv) the certification outlined in Section 7.

Gary KentGary Kent is Director of Surveying at The Schneider Corporation, a 42-year-old consulting firm based in Indianapolis providing solutions in surveying, GIS, 3D graphics, architecture, and civil, municipal and transportation engineering. A past-president of both ACSM and the Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors, Gary has a BS degree in Land Surveying from Purdue University and is registered to practice surveying in Indiana and Michigan. He is chair of both the NSPS/ACSM committee and the ALTA committee on the ALTA/ACSM Standards. He currently sits on the Indiana State Board of Registration for Land Surveyors and is also a member of the adjunct faculty at the Purdue campus in Indianapolis where he teaches Land Survey Systems, Legal Descriptions, Boundary Law and Property Surveying.