The Foreclosure Crisis in the Courts

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 01:00 PM EDT

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Nestor Davidson
Professor and Founding Director,
Urban Law Center,
Fordham Law

Davidson, who joined Fordham Law last year, is a prolific scholar of property law theory whose articles have been published in top law journals. His teaching and scholarship focus on property, land use, local government law, and affordable housing law and policy. He also possesses significant practical and public service experience in the field: He has served as Principal Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and worked as an Associate at Latham & Watkins LLP. Prior to Fordham Law, he was an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Law School. A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Law School, he clerked for Judge David S. Tatel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and Justice David H. Souter of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Bruce J. Bergman
Berkman, Henoch, Peterson, Peddy & Fenchel, P.C.

Widely recognized as New York's leading authority on mortgage foreclosures, Bergman also practices in the areas of condominium lien foreclosure, real estate, title, and commercial litigation. Author of New York's definitive text on the subject, the three-volume Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures, Bergman is known for his regular real estate update column on mortgage foreclosure for the New York Law Journal, as well as regular columns in the New York Real Property Law Journal, Servicing Management, the MBA's Mortgage Banking Magazine and as a contributing author to the New York Lawyer's Deskbook and Real Estate Titles (New York State Bar Association). He is an advisor to the New York Times on matters relating to mortgage foreclosure and wrote the chapter on New York foreclosure law for the multivolume The Law of Distressed Real Estate. In all, he has written more than 380 articles in his field, which have appeared in scholarly journals and professional publications throughout the country and he has lectured widely for legal, judicial and professional groups.

Meghan Faux
Director, Foreclosure Prevention Project,
South Brooklyn Legal Services

At South Brooklyn Legal Services, Faux she litigates predatory-lending cases on behalf of low-income homeowners. Prior to joining the Foreclosure Prevention Project she was a staff attorney in SBLS Family Law Unit, where she represented parents seeking the return of their children from foster care and victims of domestic violence in matrimonial, family court, and immigration proceedings. In 1999, she was the recipient of an Equal Justice Fellowship to work in the Family Law Unit at Brooklyn Legal Services Corp. A in Williamsburg. She received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.