I am very interest in how the opposition perceives the legal situations which involve my own clients. An example is the pervasive mortgage foreclosure and deficiency situation. I wonder what is in the minds of attorneys who pursue the mass of foreclosure actions on behalf of large banks. What do they see as the most effective defenses, and what frustrates them and their banking clients in the mortgage foreclosure process?
His answer: No. In the years at his firm he has handled over 7,500 mortgage foreclosures on primary residences. He has not pursued one deficiency action, and he knows of no other attorney at his firm who is handling deficiency claims