ROBO-LITIGATION Re: Attorney Misconduct at Foreclosure Mills

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ROBO-LITIGATION Re: Attorney Misconduct at Foreclosure Mills

The scale of attorney malfeasance in connection with the foreclosure crisis is

enormous. Whether attorneys knowingly filed false documents or simply failed to question documents they had reason to suspect, a large numbers of attorneys were complicit in the filing of tainted documentation throughout the nation.

These foreclosure law firms reveal that attorneys do not feel that discovery of the truth is any one person’s responsibility. We can now see that foreclosure litigation, has resulted in robotic attorney practices culminating in severely troubling ethical lapses.

Attorneys increasingly revert to the bare floor of rules, rather than examining a sense of obligation to the profession as a whole.

Millions of dollars per month are being paid to foreclosure mills employing attorneys who are probably aware of the fact that they are participating in fraud, forgery, perjury, and fabrication.

Even those who only suspect that there are problems with the cases that they are filing wish to keep their jobs just as their employer will do virtually anything to maintain the relationship with pretender lenders who do not have any stake or risk of loss in loans that were funded by third parties.

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Published In: Business Organization Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Professional Practice Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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