Activists Want To Start Break Dancing Over Glaski But Its Deja Vu All Over Again

Activists Keep Saying Glaski Is A Game Changer But They Said The Same Thing About Ibanez   “I don’t know whether to shake your hand, or kiss it, or bow, or what. I feel like breakdancing.” -Cleo McDowell, Coming To America About three and half years ago, my friend, foreclosure Defense Attorney Glenn Russell argued the […]

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Attorney Glenn Russell Body Slams MERS & Harmon Law In Front Of The Mass Supreme Court

High Court Agrees With Attorney Glenn Russell, MERS Lacks Authority To Foreclose In Massachusetts   Foremost Foreclosure Defense Attorney Glenn Russell has scored another major win for homeowners in Massachusetts. Yesterday, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled in GALIASTRO vs. MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. that MERS lacks the legal standing to foreclose on a homeowner in Massachusetts. The […]

Coakley Obtains $11.3 Million Payment From Countrywide Securities For Pension Fund

Bryan Cohen, Legal Newsline Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley announced Monday that the state pension fund will receive an $11.3 million payment as part of a settlement with Countrywide Securities Corporation. The settlement with CSC is part of Coakley’s industry-wide review of residential mortgage securitization practices in the state. Under the terms of the settlement, CSC […]

MA AG Martha Coakley Gets OK To Put Harmon Law Under Microscope

Jenifer McKim, Boston Globe Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley on Monday applauded a state Appeals Court decision that gave her permission — once again — to investigate a Newton law firm specializing in home foreclosures. The recent unanimous court ruling affirmed a 2011 Suffolk Superior Court decision allowing Coakley’s office to continue examining Harmon Law Offices for […]

1st Circuit COA Slaps Wells Fargo For Triple Damages For Jerking Around Homeowner

Sheri Qualters, National Law Journal A federal appellate court ruled that Wells Fargo Bank must face a Massachusetts consumer protection law claim that entails possible triple damages, plus additional claims, for its conduct toward a homeowner under a federal loan modification program. A unanimous U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit ruling in Young v. […]

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