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Governor, Foreclosure Bill Needs To Be Vetoed – Daily Business Review

May 23, 2013 19:36 EDT Oppenheim Law What if I told you that bank and other mortgage debt holders could file fraudulent foreclosure paperwork to take away your home, take it in court and you could not get your house back — only money — even though you could prove it was fraud perpetrated by the bank or debt holder? Would you believe it? In America? In Florida?

Mortgage Settlement Payouts Are Another Blown Call -- Yahoo! Homes

Sep 28, 2012 16:01 EDT Oppenheim Law It doesn't matter if it's the phantom touchdown on Monday Night Football or the systemic fraud committed during the height of the housing crisis, attorney Roy Oppenheim finds those in charge are having a hard time admitting egregious mistakes were made.

Divided States of America: Judicial vs. Non-Judicial Foreclosure - Yahoo! Homes

Jul 16, 2012 09:34 EDT Oppenheim Law Judicial states should be the model for fixing the housing crisis and moving our nation away from the Divided States of America.

Roy Oppenheim on RadioIO's "The Shannon Burke Show"

Feb 28, 2012 10:30 EST Oppenheim Law Foreclosure Defense Attorney Roy Oppenheim appeared on "The Shannon Burke Show" on Monday February 27th, 2012 to talk about the housing crisis and what he expects to happen now that foreclosures are ramping back up in 2012.

Roy Oppenheim on 7News: Robosigning Settlement is Start of 'Cleansing Process'

Feb 10, 2012 06:00 EST Oppenheim Law Individual homeowners may be disappointed, Roy Oppenheim tells 7News in Miami that the settlement over robosigning, while far from perfect, is a step in the right direction.

$8.4 billion from foreclosure settlement to help Florida homeowners

Feb 09, 2012 21:40 EST Oppenheim Law Roy Oppenheim said in today's Palm Beach Post the banks are taking only a $5 billion hit nationally with the cash payment owed to the states and federal government.

Massive mortgage settlement has winners and losers

Feb 09, 2012 16:30 EST Oppenheim Law “The only people who lose are the people who leave [their houses] and don’t stand their ground,” Weston attorney Roy Oppenheim says in today's South Florida Business Journal