I want to thank you, Max, for one of the best seminars that I have ever attended. It made me think in ways that I have never thought about.
Shelby, NC (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
Consumer bankruptcy attorney O. Max Gardner, III is bringing his new foreclosure defense seminar focused on the UCC to New York. Gardner is nationally recognized for his cutting edge consumer financial protection litigation and his successful effort to build an “army” of educated consumer attorneys throughout the country.
This new seminar, designed for foreclosure defense attorneys as well as consumer bankruptcy attorneys, focuses on the groundbreaking legal arguments establishing that a mortgage note is not a negotiable instrument and the impact that has on the validity of past transfers and present ownership of the note. This line of argument provides a powerful new tool for attorneys attempting to secure sustainable mortgages for clients facing foreclosure.
The ABC’s and UCC: What You Need to Know About the UCC for Foreclosure Defense will take place November 19 & 20, 2011 at New York Law School in Manhattan. Max has assembled an all-star team to join him in this event, including:
New York Supreme Court Judge Arthur Schack
Tara Twomey, Amicus Project Director for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) and Of Counsel to the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC)
Thomas Cox, the attorney who triggered the temporary foreclosure freeze
Richard Shepherd – Former Vice-President and General Counsel for Saxon Mortgage (now Morgan Stanley)
Margery Golant – Former Assistant General Counsel at Ocwen Financial Corporation and Department Manager of a major plaintiffʼs foreclosure firm
Jay Patterson – A leading Certified Fraud Examiner and Forensic Accountant.
Businessweek/Bloomberg calls Gardner the “Go to guy for consumer bankruptcy” and describes his Boot Camps as “a foreclosure Woodstock.” Max’s Boot Camps have also been featured on CNN’s Your Money, ABC’s Nightline and the PBS Newshour, as well as in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.
Gardner is passionate about protecting the "little guy" in what he sees as a national home foreclosure crisis. "Our goal in presenting these seminars," he says, “is to provide the lawyers with the knowledge, skill and legal tools they need to provide the highest possible level of representation to their consumer clients."
Visit maxbankruptcybootcamp.com for details and to register. All attendees will receive a flash drive with all of the material in electronic format, including documents editable for use in their own practices. There will be free WiFi access as well as electrical outlet access for laptops.
For a high-level overview of the material to be covered in this seminar, see Max’s blog series on Obstacles to Negotiability of Residential Mortgage Notes.
For consumer attorneys on the other side of the country, Gardner will also be speaking at NACBA’s 2011 Fall Workshop on October 28 and 29 in Colorado Springs, Colorado on attacking proofs of claim and stay relief motions.
More on O. Max Gardner, III.
O. Max Gardner, III is recognized as one of the leading lawyers in America fighting predatory mortgage servicing and standing of mortgage servicers in consumer bankruptcy and foreclosure cases. Named Outstanding Consumer Lawyer of 2004 by the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Gardner was also recognized as a "Super Lawyer" in North Carolina by Charlotte Magazine and by Law & Politics every year from 2006 through 2010. The grandson of former North Carolina Governor O. Max Gardner (who also served as Undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury Department and Ambassador to Great Britain) his involvement in economic issues facing the average citizen has been lifelong.
He has tried 102 jury cases to a final verdict and was successful in all but two of those cases - one of which he retried and won the second time around.
Gardner takes pride in his family legacy and believes that if his Grandfather were alive, he would be leading the charge to protect consumers from predatory creditors and mortgage servicers.