Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Judge Nancy Margaret Russo’s Standing Order Regarding Foreclosures

By Larry R Rothenberg, Esq. Ohio foreclosure procedures are covered by the pertinent state statutes and the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.  In addition, individual courts often adopt local rules, which must be followed in cases filed in the particular county.  Furthermore, individual judges generally have discretion in the administration of their cases, and some…

Don’t Be Deficient in Collecting Your Deficiencies!

By Matthew M. Young, Esq.  One of the most common problems in collection actions arise when creditors attempt to collect deficiencies resulting after the sale of repossessed collateral.  More specifically, these problems relate to sending proper notices of sale after repossessing the collateral, before a sale occurs.  Failure to send a proper notice of sale…

Wish List for the Dream Credit Union CEO

Do I dare Disturb the universe? In a minute there is time For decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse.         – T.S. Elliot, The Lovesong of J Alfred Prufrock What should our wish list look like for the perfect credit union CEO?  My angle is forever skewed by my role as counsel and…