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Sixth Circuit Underscores Importance Of Moving For A Stay After Entry Of Judgment In Foreclosure Proceedings

USA - September 29 2016 On September 9, 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued a decision that parties in foreclosure proceedings should read…

Jason T. Gerken

Ohio Supreme Court confirms that a foreclosure plaintiff may submit proof of standing subsequent to filing the complaint

USA - May 6 2015 In what most pundits agreed would be a swift reversal, the Ohio Supreme Court did in fact unanimously reverse the Ninth District Court of Appeals in…

Jason T. Gerken

The modernization of Ohio’s receivership statute

USA - March 5 2015 Effective March 23, 2015, Ohio’s antiquated receivership statute (Ohio Rev. Code Chapter 2735) will be modernized, particularly as it relates to the…

An Ohio alternative – foreclosure sales conducted by a special master

USA - December 9 2014 Lenders can typically credit bid at sheriff's sales in an amount well in excess of the minimum bid requirements, as a result of which some real…

Conflict of interest and cognovit judgment

USA - August 30 2014 Does a conflict of interest arise under the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct ("Rules") when an attorney confesses judgment on a cognovit note? No…