Joshua L. Scheer, Esq.

THE MARIN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION REAL PROPERTY SECTION: LUNCHEON SEMINAR

CALIFORNIA REALĀ  PROPERTY LAW
LEGISLATION AND CASE LAW
Moderated by:
Derek Weller
Presented
by:
Spencer Scheer (Scheer
Law Group, LLP)
Joshua Scheer (Scheer
Law Group, LLP)
Paul Smith (Keegin
Harrison Schoppert Smith & Karner LLP)
Len Rifkind (Rifkind
Law Group)
Derek Weller (Law
Offices of Derek Weller)
Tim Galusha (Thompson,
Welch, Soroko & Gilbert LLP)
Mark Rice (McNeil,
Silveira, Rice & Wiley)

Earn Two Hours of MCLE
Credit
Thursday, March 1, 2012
12 Noon to
2:00PM
LOCATION:
McInnis Park
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Panel Speaker on Bankruptcy Issues

Event: Panel Speaker on Bankruptcy Issues
Date: March 8, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: California Credit Union Collectors Counsel
Registration: Closed
Presentation By: Josh Scheer, from the Scheer Law Group, LLP

In re Wardrobe – Relief From Stay to Pursue State Court Claims Limited to the Causes of Action Pled at the Time of Motion

(as published in the United Trustees Association Quarterly, Summer 2009)
A bankruptcy filing can be an effective tool for a debtor-defendant in a state court action to avoid a trial. The automatic stay of 11 USC 362 immediately stops the state court litigation upon the filing. However, the filing of the bankruptcy by a defendant … Continue reading

Consumer Claims against Lenders are Proliferating – SLG Pares Back Claims

The following case is a case that evidences the wide range of actions that are raised to challenge residential loans, using everything from TILA and RESPA to Fraud and Unfair Business Practice Claims. SLG moved to dismiss and the claims were pared back, eventually resulting in a negotiated settlement and quick dismissal of the matter … Continue reading

In re Fridley: No Shortcuts in the Race to Early Discharge

At the beginning of a chapter 13, the playing field is essentially level. The chapter 13 Trustee and the creditors have an equal opportunity to review the debtor’s schedules and object to a debtor’s plan, making sure the debtor meets the specific requirements outlined by the Bankruptcy Code and applicable case law. Among other considerations, … Continue reading