Share Save Previous: Ginnie Mae Reports MBS Issuance For December Next: The Fed’s Contingency Plan for the Next Recession Back Row: January Taylor, Cristina Hunt, Edward Gray Front Row: Randy McMichael, Valerie McMichaelMCMICHAEL TAYLOR GRAY, LLCSTATES SERVED: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia AFFILIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS: American Mortgage Diversity Council, American Legal and Financial Network, Legal League 100, Mortgage Bankers Association, National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees WHAT SETS THEM APART: At MTG, we understand our clients are often operating from a position of loss in managing their nonperforming portfolios. Our commitment to assisting our clients in customizing a strategy unique to their needs is our number-one priority. With this in mind, we are dedicated to providing superior legal services in a cost-effective manner while maintaining the highest standards. CHARITABLE INTERESTS: Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, Homeaid Atlanta, Cure Childhood Cancer, Light the Night—Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Promise 686, Lighthouse Family Retreat, Special Olympics, Susan G. Komen____________________________________________________________________Laura Conrad, Esq.; Timothy D. Padgett, Esq.; Robyn Padgett; Evan Singer, Esq.PADGETT LAW GROUPFOCUS: Padgett Law Group (PLG) is an elite, full-service creditors rights’ law firm practicing in Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Texas. PLG offers exclusive representation to institutional clients such as lenders, mortgage servicers, credit unions, banks, hedge funds, investors, and other financial services industry stakeholders. Leveraging technology in its partnerships with forward-thinking clients gives PLG the ability to focus on the aggressive management and processing of delinquent or under-performing loans, providing clients with an edge when curing or resolving complex legal matters. SERVICES OFFERED: Foreclosure, bankruptcy, litigation, evictions, title, title curative, REO STATES SERVED: Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas AFFILIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS: Legal League 100, ALFN, MBA.____________________________________________________________________Back Row: Lucio Padron; Troy Freedman, Esq.; Patricia Miller, Ashley Mordecai, Chandra Arkema, Esq., Paul Huntington, Esq. Front Row: Richard M. Squire, EsqRICHARD M. SQUIRE & ASSOCIATES, LLCFOCUS: Richard M. Squire Associates, LLC is a Small Business Certified one-stop, end-to-end creditors’ rights and foreclosure law firm handling matters in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania, as well as all three bankruptcy districts. The firm also handles foreclosure, bankruptcy, evictions, and REO closings in the entire state of New Jersey. No issue is too tough for its Title Resolution Department. The firm prides itself on client-centered problem solving and recognizes that every client is entitled to be treated as if it is the firm’s only client. WHAT SETS THEM APART: The firm protects its clients’ interests all day every day while processing residential and commercial foreclosures, as well as mobile home foreclosures and repossession actions—all while adhering to Fannie Mae timelines and fee schedule. The firm’s staff has been trained on CFPB Regulations and understands the necessity to meet all compliance requirements. Its referral-to-sale timelines average better than 50 percent of Fannie Mae’s allowed time—after holds and without cutting corners. The firm understands that to its clients time is money! MOTTO: Smaller than some but second to none. AWARDS: AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell.____________________________________________________________________Peter Schneiderman, Neil ShermanSCHNEIDERMAN & SHERMAN, P.C.FOCUS: For more than 30 years, Schneiderman & Sherman, P.C. has processed foreclosures, loss mitigation, bankruptcies, evictions, default litigation, title resolution, and REO transactions throughout Michigan. PARTNERS: Peter Schneiderman, Neil Sherman STATES SERVED: Michigan AFFILIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS: Legal League 100, American Legal and Financial Network, American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants, American Bankruptcy Institute, Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association, Mortgage Bankers Association, State Bar of Michigan WHAT SETS THEM APART: At Schneiderman & Sherman, attorneys and staff are proud of their history serving the mortgage industry. The firm prides itself on client communication, work product, and the ability to adapt to clients’ ever-changing needs. The experienced staff is always accessible, responsive, and attentive to detail. With a current focus on loss mitigation, Schneiderman & Sherman provides clients with access to the most creative, cost-effective solutions for their various legal issues. The firm’s staff strives to address clients’ needs and meet their expectations efficiently and effectively, and it does so with integrity, insight, and innovation. AWARDS: Neil Sherman named to Crain’s Detroit Business “40 under 40” in 2010, HousingWire’s 2014 Rising Stars, DBusiness Magazine’s 30 in their 30s in 2014.____________________________________________________________________Elizabeth Ells (Operations Manager), Grady Ingle (Managing Partner)SHAPIRO & INGLE, LLPMISSION/FOCUS: Shapiro & Ingle, LLP, focuses on providing exceptional client service to the default servicing industry. The firm, operates statewide in North Carolina, Alabama, and Tennessee, providing foreclosure, title, eviction, REO closing, and settlement services for mortgage lenders and servicers. The firm also handles bankruptcy representation and most default-related litigation, as well as mobile home title resolution. PARTNERS: Gerald Shapiro, David Kreisman, and Grady Ingle, Managing Partners AFFILIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS: Legal League 100, Mortgage Bankers Association, Mortgage Bankers of the Carolinas, North Carolina Bankers Association, American Legal & Financial Network, REOMAC GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Serving the mortgage banking industry in North Carolina with distinction since 1989. WHAT SETS THEM APART: For a quarter of a century, the firm has never lost focus on what is important: employing the right people, providing excellent client service, and performing with integrity and efficiency.____________________________________________________________________STERN & EISENBERG, P.C.QUOTE: “We are relentless litigators, tireless negotiators, and patient listeners. We are the people you want on your side.” FOCUS: Stern & Eisenberg, PC, founded in 1976, provides its clients with reliable and reputable legal representation in a variety of legal service areas, including cradle-to-grave default services. PARTNERS: Steven K. Eisenberg, Esq., MBA STATES SERVED: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and West Virginia AFFILIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS: Legal League 100, American Legal and Financial Network, Mortgage Bankers Association, National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees AWARDS: Stern & Eisenberg was named “Best Creditors’ Rights Law Firm in Pennsylvania” by Corporate America News. Margaret Cascino, Esq., was honored as a Junior Professional’s and Executive Group “JPEG” award recipient. HONORS: Richard Stern, Esq. was recognized by the Montgomery County, Philadelphia County, and Pennsylvania Bar Associations for more than 50 years of Practice. Richard Stern, Esq., and Steven Eisenberg, Esq., have both been recognized by Martindale Hubbell for being AV Rated. In 2018 and 2019, Evan Barenbaum, Esq., was recognized by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Magazine in the area of Business Litigation, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and Steven Kelly, Esq., was also honored in 2019. Margaret Cascino, Esq., serves on the Advisory Board for the American Legal and Financial Network “Women in Legal Leadership” group. CHARITABLE INTERESTS: Make-A-Wish, Kinds-N-Hope Foundation, Junior Achievement Golf, Bucks County Fire Police Association, Fireman’s Association, and House of Hope Animal Rescue PROFESSIONAL ADVICE: Our attorneys are often asked to speak and present at industry events and CLE seminars. FINAL THOUGHTS: The team at Stern & Eisenberg is dedicated to the application of the firm’s extensive industry knowledge across a multistate footprint toward optimal outcomes. 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News UpdatesDelhi High Court Issues Notice In Plea Challenging Govt’s Permission Given For Conducting Phase II, III Clinical Trials Of Covaxin In Age Group Of 2-18 Years Nupur Thapliyal18 May 2021 11:09 PMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court has issued notice in plea challenging the notification issued by the Central Government for conducting phase II and III clinical trials of covaxin in the age group of 2 to 18 years stating them to be “healthy volunteers”. The plea also seeks directions on the State to criminally prosecute persons involved in the trials in the event of death or loss of life of any minor or toddler.Advertisement The plea moved by one Sanjeev Kumar makes Union of India, Central Drug Standard Control Organization, Ministry of Women and Child Development and Bharat Biotech Limited as Respondents in the matter.The petition has been filed seeking quashing of the order passed by the Central Government dated May 13, 2021 giving permission to Bharat Biotech Limited for conducting Covaxin phase II and III clinical trials on 525 “healthy volunteers” falling under the age group of 2 to 18 years.Advertisement Stating that the order is prima facie unlawful and arbitrary, the plea states thus:”A person can offer to do anything only if he/she is capable of understanding the consequences of his/her act. In the present case, the subject matter of clinical trials being minors (even toddlers who- for the reason of their age only- are not capable of even speaking and understanding languages in proper manner) cannot be supposed to Volunteer for the aforesaid clinical testing. This Hon’ble Court is requested to kindly adjudge as to whether the respondents have ensured the ‘Voluntariness of the young toddlers’ for allegedly volunteering as subject matter of the aforesaid elinical trial which involves very clear possibility of loss of life and/ or loss of peaceful and pleasant enjoyment of life to a toddler/ minor child.”Advertisement Advertisement The plea also avers that such a volunteer is also required to enter into a contract with the Institute carrying the clinical trial for various aspects dealing with the compensation, damages in case the clinical trial fails and is also required to give his/her consent that he/she has understood the entire agreement and is willing to volunteer for the clinical trial on the terms and conditions stipulated in the written contract.Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement “In this case, since the alleged volunteers belong to the age group between 2 to 18 years, it is crystal clear that no such contract could be signed by the alleged volunteers (who are all minors and hence not competent to contract) as the same is in the teeth of sec 2(g), 10, 11 & 12 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872.” The plea submits.In view of this, the plea states that the Order does not provide any details of the parents or legal guardians or persons who have come into contact to such minors amongst the 525 children.”For that in any view of the matter, the impugned order violates Article 21 of the Constitution of India, Preamble and Article-6 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1990 to which India is a signatory and hence a State Party, The Principles inherent under the Indian Contract Act 1872 as well as the other settled principles of law and natural justice.” The plea submits further. The plea states the following prayers:- Quash and set aside the Impugned Order dated 13/05/2021 passed by the respondents for conducting phase II,III clinical trial of Whole Virion Inactivated Coronavirus Vaccine on healthy volunteers from the age group ranging between 2 to 18 years. – Direct the respondents to place on record the details of the 525 children who will be subjected to phase II/III clinical trial of Whole Virion Inactivated Coronavirus Vaccines also the records of vaccination of their parents/ legal guardians and family members and other persons who come in close contact of such toddlers/ children for taking their care. – Direct the respondents to produce the contracts under which the 525 children have been/ would be made Volunteers for the phase II/III clinical trial of Whole Virion Inactivated Coronavirus Vaccine.- Direct the State to criminally prosecute the persons involved in such trials and the persons having authorized conduct of such trials in the event of any death or loss of peaceful and pleasant enjoyment of life of any toddler or a minor children.TagsDelhi High Court Covaxin Clinical Trial Minor Children COVID -19 second covid wave Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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At this time, police don’t know if anything was stolen.This was several hours before President Donald Trump tweeted criticizing Cummings for neglecting his district including Baltimore. Baltimore Police are investigating after the home of Rep. Elijah Cummings was broken into early Saturday morning.The burglary occurred around 3:40 a.m. at his Baltimore home in the 2000 block of Madison Avenue.