Contrary to the plaintiff’s contention, the defendants did not waive their contention that the plaintiff failed to comply with RPAPL 1304
Contrary to the Supreme Court’s conclusion and the plaintiff’s contention, the defendant did not waive her jurisdictional defense.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Stewart Aaron of Manhattan had awarded $19,350 — or $750 per hour — after concluding $1,600 per hour was a windfall.
Wells Fargo exhibited an unreasonable lack of diligence in the prosecution, including in the attempt to effectuate service of process
The order dismissing the 2009 action was entered on April 1, 2019, yet service upon defendant was not effected until over six months later.
Four foreclosure cases before the Supreme Court of the State of NY, Appellate Division, Second Dept received positive results for homeowners.
The real victims, the people who owned residential homes before the financial crisis of 2008 have never been financially compensated.
Justice Charles Wood ordered the NY Times to immediately give back all copies of their documents regarding Project Veritas’s talks with lawyers
An affidavit from Elizabeth A. Ostermann, the Vice President of Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC failed to convince appellate judges in NY.
Greenberg, a former State Bar Association president, is counsel to the state’s Commission on Judicial Nomination, which screens Court of Appeals finalists. And DiFiore appointed him to chair the Commission to Reimagine the Future of New York’s Courts. In addition, Greenberg chairs the Third Department’s judicial screening committee.