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Monthly Archives: October 2020

‘People Should Be Going to Prison’: Ocwen to Pay $11M, but Florida Lawyers Say That’s Not Enough

Fri Oct 16, 2020 by on Florida Law News

‘People Should Be Going to Prison’: Ocwen to Pay $11M, but Florida Lawyers Say That’s Not Enough

Article Originally posted on (L to R) Ashley Moody Florida attorney general, Bruce Jacobs, Jacobs Legal and Roy Oppenheim Oppenheim Law (Photos: J. Albert Diaz/ALM, Courtesy Photo) Lawyers who litigated against the company in separate cases criticized the agreement as weak. “While residential foreclosures are at a temporary lull due to federal moratoriums, these moratoriums, just like Florida’s, will come to […]

Climate Change: Rising Seas and the South Florida Housing Market

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The notion of climate change, specifically rising seas,  affecting coastal homes and properties within Florida is not necessarily novel.  We have been addressing this issue for some time, raising the question of how coastal flooding may impact the housing market in general. Yesterday, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Sun-Sentinel all reported the same story:  Florida […]