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 […]
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Oppenheim Law in Weston, Florida will be one of the first firms in the entire state to start accepting cryptocurrencies for legal services.
The Federal Reserve has put on its hiking boots. Last week, the Federal Reserve hiked its benchmark interest rates. Homeowners and prospective buyers alike are rightfully alarmed about what the increased interest rates could signal for the housing market. Since the great recession back in 2007, homeowners enjoyed relatively lower interest rates as the federal government attempted to rebuild […]
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.
Foreclosure Fighter: How Oppenheim Law became a major national figure in the nation’s mortgage meltdown.
This following article was originally published by Lifestyle Media Group By: Kevin Gale Department: People and republished in the South Florida Law Blog and Oppenheim Law NewsRoom. All photos are courtesy of the Lifestyle Media Group magazine. Real estate lawyer Roy Oppenheim recalls when everything changed for his legal practice – and the U.S. financial system.
Tonight on NBC6 in South Florida at 6:15PM, homeowners will finally get the answers they’ve been waiting for. Big story tonight with NBC reporter and friend, Tony Pipitone, one of the most-honored investigative reporters in Florida, joined the Team 6 Investigators in 2015. Roy will be discussing the growing South Florida housing and foreclosure issues surrounding the 5-Year-Statute-of-Limitations. “This issue concerns […]
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 […]