The Oppenheim Law team recently secured an appellate victory for our clients in the matter of Wells Fargo Bank, National Association as Trustee v. Rafael Liy and Melany Liy, a foreclosure matter in Broward County. Our clients originally prevailed at the trial level when the court entered an order dismissing the foreclosure suit at trial. The bank appealed the dismissal […]
Every four years, soccer fans from all over the world come together to support their favorite team at the World Cup. In 2026, North America will host the event which will have the games spread across cities in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Miami is expected to be one such chosen venue. While World Cup soccer fans may not […]
May U.S. home sales and construction continued their trend higher as the housing market sustains its record-breaking growth. South Florida is no exception as home sales rose nearly 8% year-over-year in the tri-county region. While indicators point to a red-hot housing market, potential homebuyers struggle with the dwindling supply of homes and affordability. See a “For Sale” sign? Better Act […]
This Friday is the 20th annual Take Your Dog to Work Day. Originally designed to raise awareness of pet adoptions, this special day has taken on special meaning as mental health issues in the work place have dramatically increased. Pets Help Conquer That “Ruff” Day at the Office Across professions, the mental health of employees has become a national topic. […]
Over the past twelve months or so, almost everyone has heard about Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies in general, and the blockchain. Simply stated, cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, are an alternative form of payment different from paper currency. The Blockchain is a decentralized open ledger that publicly records transactions between two parties, eliminating the need for an intermediary, such as banks, and allows […]
There is a movement underway throughout the United States and it is to do away with the “S” word. What is the “S” word? It is salary. Employers are being banned in some cities and states from asking a job applicant’s salary history. In fact, California, Delaware, Massachusetts, New York City, and Oregon are just some of the many locations […]
Recently, our team at Oppenheim Law had the honor of filing a friend of the court brief (otherwise known as an amicus curiae) with the Florida Supreme Court on the issue of whether a borrower in a foreclosure action can obtain attorneys’ fees when the Court has found that the lender did not have standing to bring the action. Our […]
Recently, Roy Oppenheim was featured in the Daily Business Review for our firm’s strong history in representing homeowners in foreclosure. In 2008, borrowers had very limited or viable options, and real estate attorneys were leery about taking on cases from borrowers who couldn’t pay their loans or their attorneys’ fees. However, that did not stop us.