Trending Now in Real Estate Bankruptcy Hijackings

Trending Now in Real Estate Bankruptcy Hijackings

Scheer Law Group Free Video (Trending Now in Real Estate). This Month’s Subject: Bankruptcy Hijackings. If you are not Informed and entertained, tell us. We’ll Work Harder.

Scheer Law Group, LLP presents: Trending Now in Real Estate Law, a series of video presentations on current hot topic issues affecting lenders, trustees, landlords and business owners with real estate interests.

Disclaimer: The attached video contains general discussion of principles of law that cannot be applied to every case. Many issues covered are subject to developing case law and legislation that cannot be forecast or predicted with certainty. In the event that you encounter issues covered in this video you should review the appropriate response with counsel experienced in this area of law and should update the status of any legislation mentioned. No permission for the general public to use this video is granted by SLG. Things change rapidly, even in the legal arena. There have recently been sweeping changes enacted to RESPA and TILA and more are on the way! Court cases in these areas of law are being issued daily. Sometimes it is hard to keep up. SLG will seek to keep you advised with overview on a wide array of changes that are occurring as well as providing practical advice on day to day issues that you may encounter.

We hope that these videos provide quick reference and valuable insight into current topics of interest to you. We always take suggestions on new topics and welcome your input. We hope you enjoy the first in our series, entitled: Bankruptcy Hijackings

Spencer Scheer
Managing Partner, SLG


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