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Authorities: Foreclosure lawyer Mark Stopa made nearly $5 million off clients’ homes

During the foreclosure crisis, thousands of Floridians turned to Mark Stopa for help in saving their homes. The 41-year-old St. Petersburg lawyer became one of the state’s best-known foreclosure ... read more

Florida among top states for mortgage fraud

By 2020, one to watch will be the Cascades Project. › Authorities: Foreclosure lawyer Mark Stopa made nearly $5 million off clients’ homes [Tampa Bay Times] During the foreclosure crisis, thousands of ... read more

Inside the Abortive FBI Investigation of Illegal Foreclosure in Florida

So she sent a complaint to Assistant US Attorney Mark ... foreclosure process." The feds boasted that the settlement was for $25 billion, but only $5 billion of that was in hard dollars, with the rest ... read more

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Homeowners say foreclosure firm failed them

Just five years out of law school, Gennady Litvin ran a bustling legal practice that took in millions of dollars from distressed homeowners who hoped they could avoid foreclosure. The Litvin Law Firm ... read more

Attorney Mark Stopa’s foreclosure cases are halted but clients’ checks are being cashed

TAMPA — A bankruptcy judge has ordered a temporary halt to all state and appellate court proceedings in which suspended foreclosure defense attorney Mark ... creditors. Stopa’s firm typically charged ... read more

Investors lost $200 million in securities fraud at Fair Finance Co., an Akron company

His attorney, John Tompkins, painted him as a businessman who made bad decisions in the depths of the recession ... The trustee, attorney Brian Bash, has obtained more than $5.6 million. Durham's ... read more

Evicted Over $49: What Happens When Seattle's Poorest Tenants Can't Make Rent

One tenant who fell behind $95 ended up owing the housing authority nearly $2,000 ... Office found that giving poor tenants free lawyers during evictions and foreclosures could cost the city between ... read more

Escondido maintenance man loses home to foreclosure defrauders

Benito Cristobal is surveying the house he lost last year to a foreclosure defrauder, and he is emotional as he recalls the $30,000 worth of improvements he made ... of attorney. Bank records showed ... read more

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Brokerage IRAs, Trader Monitor, SunTrust Settles: Compliance

SunTrust Agrees to Pay $5 Million ... a nationwide foreclosure investigation. The banks, in settlement talks with state and federal officials, are seeking releases that would protect them from future ... read more

Bernard Madoff's brother Peter, 67, sentenced to 10 years in prison for conspiracy, falsifying books

clients and family members would receive the $300 million that remained in the company's accounts. The checks were never sent. Peter Madoff, who joined his brother's firm after graduating from Fordham ... read more

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