Max Gardner and Tom Cox join Patrick S. Lovell, Eric S. Vaughan and Steven D. Grumbine in Season 2, Episode 7 of The New Untouchables podcast to revisit the 2007-2008 mortgage crisis and talk about the mortgage forbearance crisis of 2021.
Thomas A. Cox joined National Consumer Law Center as Of Counsel in 2013 and focuses on foreclosure and mortgage issues. Tom is credited with exposing the national foreclosure “robo-signing” mortgage lenders’ scandal and has more than 30 years of private practice experience in residential and commercial loan documentation and litigation matters. Tom also has significant experience training other attorneys in residential foreclosure defense and litigation practices and acted as a consultant to Maine’s Pine Tree Legal Assistance in managing the litigation strategies of its foreclosure prevention program. He has testified before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee and is the recipient of numerous awards.
Patrick S. Lovell is a 30-year veteran of media production. He is producer and protagonist of the recent documentary limited series: THE CON.
Eric S. Vaughan is an award-winning commercial director/producer with extensive experience in leading-edge media production from narrative films to VR/immersive experiences. Eric has recently completed his long-form documentary series directorial debut, THE CON.
Steven D. Grumbine is the Founder, President and CEO of Real Progressives and Real Progress in Action, two non-profits dedicated to educating the public about Modern Monetary Theory.