Articles


“2012 Amendments to Mechanics Lien Law.” California Mortgage Association Quarterly (Fall 2012)
“Be Careful What You Say.” California Mortgage Association Quarterly (Spring 2011)

“Mortgage Lenders vs. Bankruptcy Trustees.” California Mortgage Association Quarterly (Summer 2010)

“Trustee Duties Impose Significant Liability.” UTA Quarterly (Summer 2006)

“California Code Section Impacts Attorney Fee Clauses in Documents.” Servicing Management (June 2006)

“Beware of Telemarketing and Fax Blast Laws.” California Mortgage Association Quarterly (Fall 2005)

“California Amendment to Unfair Competition Law Aids Servicers.” Servicing Management (October 2005)

“Your Credit-Reporting Obligations.” Servicing Management (December, 2004)

“The Hot Seat: Emotional Distress.” [Defending Mortgage Servicers Against Emotional Distress Claims]. Servicing Management (August, 2004)

“A Bullet Proof Forbearance Agreement.” Servicing Management (August 2003)

“Knowing Law is the Best Defense -- California Predatory Lending Laws Summarized.” Servicing Management (May 2003)

“Foreclosing on Mixed Collateral Under Revised Article 9.” Commercial Mortgage Insight (October 2002)

“Servicing and Foreclosing FHA Secured Loans.” California Trustees Association Newsletter (Summer 2001)

“Servicing and Foreclosing VA Secured Loans.” California Trustees Association Newsletter (Spring 2001)

“Recent Lessons From the Court of Appeal.” California Mortgage Association Newsletter (Winter 2001)

“Strict Trust Deed Servicing Payoff and Reconveyance Issues.” Servicing Management (July 2000)

“What Do I Do With These Surplus Funds?” California Trustee’s Association Newsletter (July 1999)

“Recent Court Decisions Increase Risks for Mortgage Lenders.” MAC Facts. (January/February 1998)

“Post Foreclosure Eviction of Tenants in Rent Control Cities.” REOMAC Update (May 1998)

“Notices to Quit - Get Them Right.” REOMAC Update (September 1997)

“Have a Junior Trust Deed? The Doctrine of Equitable Subrogation.” Servicing Management (January 1997)

“Federal Court Bars State Law Aimed at Bankruptcy Abuse.” REOMAC Update (January 1997

“Let’s Abolish the Full Credit Bid Rule.” California Trustees Association Newsletter (Winter 1996)

“How Much Should Lenders Credit Bid at Foreclosure Sales?” California Trustees Association Newsletter (Spring 1996)

“Loan Service and REO Law Update” Publisher 1989-1990

“Are Housing Caps Necessary?” California Lawyer (February 1989)

“To Sue or Not To Sue, Which is the More Profitable Question?” Los Angeles Business Journal (1982)