Tomorrow’s Oral Arguments before the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, beginning at 9:00 a.m. is one of the most important appellate foreclosure cases to be argued in a very long time.
Along with Verizzo, BAC Funding, Frost and Regions, this case has the distinct possibility of changing the landscape for foreclosure defense not just in this state but nationwide. Indeed the eyes of the entire country are focused on this important case….and you have the opportunity to see it all go down live. I am profoundly grateful to the community of foreclosure defense advocates who are fighting to hold the practice of foreclosure law to the very highest levels of professionalism and practice. It is a tremendous honor to be part of this experience, and I am especially grateful to April Charney, Greg Clark, George Gingo, Randal Reder, Daniel Rock, Dominic Salfi, David Acosta and all the other committed advocates who have supported this effort.
Log on and participate in this fundamental and so very important part of our American judicial experience!
After arguments, I will be again posting all cases relied on and other important documents. Today I want to share with you an important document that includes many of the most important cases that any advocate needs to know in every single foreclosure case.
This comprehensive share of documents can be found here:
Next, here is a very important case that deals with he unfortunate and all too common situation when homeowners working with their lenders to resolve foreclosure and do not participate in their foreclosure case, believing that their loss mitigation efforts count as their response to the case. A homeowner should be relieved from this error, as indicated in the case here: