Oppenheim Law, a husband and wife boutique law firm serving South Florida for twenty-five years, announced today that long term associate attorney Geoffrey Sherman has been named its newest partner effective August 6, 2015.
Tag: Foreclosure Law
The following article was published in the Daily Business Review and written by Samantha Joseph. The South Florida Law Blog has republished exerpts by Roy Oppenheim. Will botched paperwork affect the outcome of foreclosure appeals? It depends on the judges. The decisions in three cases came down to paperwork and procedure Wednesday before the Fourth District Court of Appeal.
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The following article was published in the Daily Business Review and written by Samantha Joseph for the DBR. The South Florida Law Blog has republished select exerpts with quotes from Roy Oppenheim, Oppenheim Law. New Wave of Short Sales A new wave of short sales could be part of the fallout from Florida’s Fair Foreclosure Act as property owners move to mitigate losses […]
At a recent seminar with the Daily Business Review, 250 lawyers engaged in the practice of foreclosure law where a number of foreclosure and appellate judges served on a panel with me, I admonished the judicial branch to take heed. Specifically, I suggested that as the Florida Supreme Court in 1939 in Kilgore Groves, Inc. v. Mayo warned, one cannot allow […]
While presenting at “A View from the Bench” conference along with the Daily Business Review (DBR), I 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 from the […]
The following article is written and authored by Roy Oppenheim, Oppenheim Law for Yahoo! and republished in The South Florida Law Blog. All rights reserved. I have always used the word “glacial” as a term to describe something that moves incredibly slowly. Most glaciers move at a pace that is so slow, the movement is invisible to the naked eye […]
After a few years of torrential storms blowing against the housing market, residential real estate in the Sunshine State is breaking through the dark clouds. Although the forecast calls for scattered rain showers in 2011, the media is starting to report rays of light that signal a recovery. Consumers are definitely shopping—and they are buying even if it is for […]