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Foreclosures: A View From the Bench

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Foreclosures: A View from the Bench

Friday, October 11, 2013
9 a.m. to Noon

Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW 5th Ave
Fort Lauderdale, FL  33312
 

Introductory Remarks by Jordan Dresnick

Opening Presentation by Roy Oppenheim, Oppenheim Law, P.A.

Opening Discussion from the Chiefs: The Current State of Foreclosures
Judge Jack Tuter
, Administrative Judge, 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Chief Judge Peter M. Weinstein, 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
 

Panel One: What Foreclosure Judges Want Attorneys to Know
Judge John B. Bowman,
17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Judge Mily Rodriguez Powell
, 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Judge William W. Haury, Jr., 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Roy Oppenheim, Oppenheim Law, P.A.


Panel Two: Successfully Trying the Foreclosure Case
Chief Judge Dorian K. Damoorgian
, 4th District Court of Appeal
Judge Ronald Dresnick, 11th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Judge Sandra Perlman
, 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
Chief Judge Peter M. Weinstein
, 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida

Moderator: Victor Tobin, Former Chief Judge of the 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida and general counsel of Choice Legal Group, P.A.

Early Registration Discount:  $65.00
($85.00 at door, space available)
Continental breakfast provided


Approved by The Florida Bar for 3.5 general CLE credits including 3.5 certification credits toward real estate and 2.5 towards business litigation

Sponsored by:  Oppenheim Law, P.A.

Executive Producer:  Jordan Dresnick

For more information contact Joanne Beaudry at jbeaudry@alm.com or 305-347-6643.

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What's being said

  • James Capriano

    Will someone tell me how it is that the former Chief Judge of the Broward County 17th Circuit Court, Victor Tobin, is and remains part of the Florida legal community ? much less where he establishes ongoing respect? Couldn?t this event find ?anyone? else to serve as mediator in what has become a national crisis in foreclosure fraud? Tobin?s rubber stamp was how million?s lost their homes in the first place.
    Who is representing the people of the state?
    Is it only obvious to me that allowing Tobin to operate in any political or legal influential capacity is a shameful example of allowing the ongoing practices of judicial misconduct? ?Let?s award our thieves!? Who is in charge? Didn't he join forces with our leader in Foreclosure Fraud, Marshall Watson?
    Hello World! Calling all media! What?s our plan?
    Here is a man who not only engaged in unlawful practices of firms like WATSON to steal homes from thousands of citizens by simply "looking the other way", but after he rubber-stamped the theft of thousands of homes in his official former capacity as Chief Judge of the 17th Circuit, he jumped ship and joined them! Clearly, at some point Tobin decided that being the Chief Judge of the Kangaroo Foreclosure Court was not one of lucrative gain and instead thought, "Let me jump on the Watson gravy train!"

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