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The results are in and I was nominated into the “TOP 5” in the category “Best Real Estate Attorney” in this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards! The next round of voting closes on June 23, so please vote for me! Go … Continue reading
Last fall, I had the pleasure of attending a very interesting seminar organized by the NYS Defenders Association in Poughkeepsie, NY. In perhaps the most memorable case, Emma Ketteringham, Managing Attorney of the Family Defense Practice of the Bronx Defenders, … Continue reading
Moving is never easy. There are so many details to keep track of, such as all the tasks involved with closing down the old office and coordinating visits with the utilities and technicians at the new location. It can be … Continue reading
I have a busy calendar of seminars I plan to attend over the next several weeks. On Monday, October 24, I attended a workshop on foreclosure defense covering emerging issues, service regulations and issues surrounding the federal Home Affordable Mortgage … Continue reading
After a long slump, it looks like the local housing market is starting to show signs of life. I don’t want to say we are out of the woods at this point, of course, but it is a positive sign … Continue reading
I just attended a conference on elder law. There was a great deal of material to absorb at this conference, and left me thinking about the complexity of elder law and the options open to individuals in the later stages … Continue reading
Recently I submitted a Motion to Dismiss a foreclosure proceeding in Supreme Court of New York. It was based upon the improper assignment of a note and mortgage from the original lender to a third party. Since the corrected assignment … Continue reading
I was recently admitted to practice law in the United States District Court for the Western District. This is to enhance my practice in commercial law(collection and bankruptcy law).
I recently attended a seminar in NYC entitled ”Hot topics for solo practice attorneys.” While the journey down there was difficult (3 hours on a bus during a snowstorm) the trip was worth it. Hot topics keep solo practitioners … Continue reading
The real estate is very slow this time of year. Hopefully in the Springtime the market will improve! I welcome any input or comments from other real estate persons.