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May 29, 2014 15:39 EDT Oppenheim Law

4 Biggest Takeaways in Foreclosure Law

Oct 18, 2013 03:00 EDT Oppenheim Law Roy Oppenheim, keynote speaker at “A View from the Bench" conference with the Daily Business Review (DBR), was able to interact with judges, attorneys and homeowners regarding the state of foreclosure law.To lay out the most important things to remember (feel free to quote, tweet or share)here are the 4 Biggest Takeaways From “A View of the Bench” Regarding Foreclosure Law Matters.

"Banks force-placed insurance practices under microscope"

Mar 31, 2013 09:45 EDT Oppenheim Law More "too big to fail, too big to jail" with force placed insurance. It is a bank insurance product that essentially force homeowners to purchase if they either allow their own policy to lapse – often the result of financial difficulties – or if the lender determines the what the homeowner has is insufficient. Last week, Assurant Inc. received $14 million slap on the wrist....

California Homeowners’ Bill of Rights Passes; Common Sense Prevails

Jul 13, 2012 12:21 EDT Oppenheim Law Homeowners everywhere should be looking at California and taking notice. The government there is finally taking the power away from the banks and placing it back in the hands of the homeowners.

Politicians and Banks At It Again! Bring It On!

Feb 28, 2012 20:58 EST Oppenheim Law The Florida Fair Foreclosure Act is one step closer to law, and I couldn't be happier.

Florida Fair Foreclosure Act? Fair to Whom?

Feb 24, 2012 16:19 EST Oppenheim Law The Florida Fair Foreclosure Act may be targeting abandoned homes, but it doesn't do nearly enough to protect good homeowners.

Settlement Or No Settlement; Homeowners You Must Stand Your Ground!

Feb 21, 2012 16:46 EST Oppenheim Law With the mortgage settlement done and foreclosures back on the rise in 2012, it is more important than ever that homeowners stand up to the banks.

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: Past Their Prime

Feb 15, 2012 17:09 EST Oppenheim Law Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have done little to help the American homeowner, and it's time they were dismantled.