News • Feb 21, 2013 17:31 EST
“They’re a little guy taking the hit,” says Roy Oppenheim, a partner with Oppenheim Law in Weston, Fla., of DocX. “They committed massive fraud on a regular basis at the employ of the banks. The banks knew they were doing it.”
News • Jan 23, 2013 10:01 EST
“These rules really just move from the Federal Reserve and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to the CFPB,” observes Roy Oppenheim, a partner with Oppenheim Law in Weston, Fla., who practices real estate law.
News • Dec 05, 2012 17:33 EST
In order for Walmart to get into the mortgage business, the company would have to get licensed in each state where it wants to sell the products, says Roy Oppenheim, a founding partner of Oppenheim Law in Weston, Fla., which specializes in real estate, mortgages, and defending foreclosures.
News • Oct 03, 2012 12:45 EDT
"We are unbelievably busy on the foreclosure side," said Roy Oppenheim, co-founder and senior partner of Oppenheim Law, a foreclosure defense firm in Weston. "Maybe there are less law firms doing it, or the banks are just trying to catch up right now and put as many through as possible. I can't explain it."
News • Sep 28, 2012 16:01 EDT
It doesn't matter if it's the phantom touchdown on Monday Night Football or the systemic fraud committed during the height of the housing crisis, attorney Roy Oppenheim finds those in charge are having a hard time admitting egregious mistakes were made.
News • Mar 15, 2012 10:10 EDT
"The velocity of new foreclosures has doubled if not tripled since the settlement," said foreclosure defense attorney Roy Oppenheim. "It's like they've been given a green light to go ahead and prosecute."
News • Feb 10, 2012 14:12 EST
"Everyone gets their comeuppance," says Roy Oppenheim in reaction to the robosigning settlement in today's USA Today.
News • Feb 10, 2012 06:00 EST
Individual homeowners may be disappointed, Roy Oppenheim tells 7News in Miami that the settlement over robosigning, while far from perfect, is a step in the right direction.
News • Feb 09, 2012 16:30 EST
“The only people who lose are the people who leave [their houses] and don’t stand their ground,” Weston attorney Roy Oppenheim says in today's South Florida Business Journal
News • Jan 24, 2012 11:51 EST
Weston attorney Roy Oppenheim, who specializes in foreclosure defense, said the mortgage broker compensation system, which rewarded them for making high-rate loans, and investors’ appetites for subprime mortgage-backed securities are to blame.