THE FLORIDA BAR v DAVID JAMES STERN: Florida Bar Files 17-Count Complaint Against Former Foreclosure King

Foreclosure King David J Stern

Bar files 17-count complaint against David Stern

Former high-profile foreclosure attorney David Stern is accused of failing to adequately supervise his 1,500-employee Plantation firm, once the largest foreclosure law firm in Florida.

The Florida Bar has filed a formal complaint against Plantation attorney David Stern, whose prolific law firm represented the nation’s largest lenders during the foreclosure crisis.

The 17-count complaint filed Wednesday accuses Stern of failing to adequately oversee his supervisory employees, which led to missed trials, hearings and case management conferences; improperly notarized documents; and clients suddenly left without representation when the firm quit thousands of cases en masse.

Stern, who once ran the largest foreclosure law firm in Florida with 1,500 employees, stopped practicing law last year after being fired by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and numerous banks.

Full complaint below…

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THE FLORIDA BAR v DAVID JAMES STERN

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5 Responses to “THE FLORIDA BAR v DAVID JAMES STERN: Florida Bar Files 17-Count Complaint Against Former Foreclosure King”
  1. This nation as I once knew it has ceased to exist. The rule of law in this beloved land is not more.

  2. neidermeyer says:

    So? What’s your point ,, he won’t fight it ,, why should he .. he’s busy cruising the Caribbean on his yacht with 100 million $$$ … could he face a $1000 fine ? maybe disbarrment? That’ll keep him up at night..

  3. Sylvia says:

    And the statute of limitations expires when?……

  4. Thomas says:

    Please remove that annoying “CONGRADULATIONS” Ad from your page

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