Jaspreet Kaur is an Associate in the real estate finance section of the Geraci Law Firm. Ms. Kaur leads the firm’s consumer compliance practice and is familiar with the vast array of state and federal consumer regulations, including TILA and RESPA. Ms. Kaur’s experience includes representing lenders and brokers, preparing commercial, residential, and construction loan documents, in addition to drafting assignments, modifications, subordination agreements, and custom agreements. Ms. Kaur also has experience with negotiating the terms of transactions, title matters, and closing loans.
Ms. Kaur graduated magna cum laude from Chapman University School of Law in 2012. At Chapman, Ms. Kaur was an Articles Editor for the Chapman Law Review and was also a member of the Career Services Student Advisory Board. Ms. Kaur achieved numerous awards during her time at Chapman, including eleven CALI awards for the highest class grade. In 2012, Ms. Kaur was admitted to the California Bar and the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.
Prior to law school, Ms. Kaur obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley in 2008. Ms. Kaur then worked as an intellectual property and economics analyst at a consulting firm in downtown Los Angeles.
Ms. Kaur always puts her clients’ needs first and recognizes that clients appreciate and deserve efficient and timely communication. Ms. Kaur has the ability to work through difficult and tedious documents, while at the same time understanding the broader picture. Ms. Kaur is very detailed-oriented and strives to deliver quality work to her clients.
Visiting the United States 15 years ago when I lived in England.
Books currently reading
Word that best describes you
Relax when not working
Enjoy new dining experiences
You’re on Survivor… what one item do you bring with you and why?
SPF 50+ lotion to avoid sun damage
What was it about the legal field that drew your interest?
I truly love the problem-solving aspect of the legal field and coming up with solutions to address unique problems.
What are you most proud of at Geraci?
I love how we are one big team and how we all help each other.
What is your proudest achievement?
Passing the Bar exam.
What’s it like working at Geraci?
It is great to have people here that I can laugh with at the end of a long day.
- Chapman University School of Law, Orange, California, 2012
- J.D. (magna cum laude)
- Law Review, Articles Editor
- Eleven CALI awards for highest class grade
- University of California, Berkeley, California, 2008
Associations & Memberships
- General Counsel to American Association of Private Lenders
- Latest CFPB Request for Information Focuses on Enforcement Protocol
- House Passes TRID Improvement Act Despite Democrat Opposition
- The CFPB’s Delinquency Tracker Shows Loan Default Rates Are Low
- Trump’s New Pick for CFPB Director Greeted with Lawsuit
- CFPB Offers Servicers Slight Leeway with Mortgage Servicing Rule Implementation Date
- Title Settlement Company Hit with $1.25 Million Fine
- CFPB Director Responds to GOP Accusations Regarding Wells Fargo Scandal
- W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital shuts doors for good
- TRID Liability Rule Will Be a Major Issue This Year
- The Road to TRID Compliance
- Federal Agencies Propose Adjustments to Truth in Lending Act Thresholds
- CFPB Completes Transfer of Rulemaking Authority by Adopting Interim Final Rules
- How Corporations Can Prepare for CFPB Investigations
- Republicans Move to Overhaul Dodd-Frank and the CFPB
- What You Need To Know About the New HMDA
- President Trump Signaling Replacing CFPB Chief
- Ocwen’s Misconduct Revealed by Internal Auditor
- Dodd-Frank Replacement Bill Passes House Panel
- New TRID Rule Causes Growing Pains
- Executive Branch Reorganization Order: Is the CFPB On the Chopping Block?
- Dismantling Dodd-Frank Will Not Be an Easy Task
- Senate Republicans Reintroduce Bill to Eliminate Dodd-Frank’s CFPB
- Online Lending Partnerships with Non-Banking Entities Challenged
- Mortgage Industry Is Unclear About CFPB’s New Servicing Rule
- Proposed CFPB Regulation Garners Criticism from Legal Community
- Dismantling Dodd-Frank and Retooling the Investment Markets