Tag Archives: promissory notes

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Foreclosure Judgment

By Robin Bresky |

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Foreclosure Judgment Silverthorne v. Aurora Loan Services, 3D11-2824 & 3D12-1056 The Third District Court of Appeal recently affirmed a foreclosure judgment in favor of the lender, for whom the Law Offices of Robin Bresky was lead appellate counsel. The homeowner raised numerous issues in her two… Read More »

Take Notice: Fourth DCA Reverses Summary Judgment of Foreclosure Where Homeowner Claimed Bank Failed to Provide Notice

By Robin Bresky |

Finnegan v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., 4D11-939 Deutsche Bank filed a mortgage foreclosure action alleging that Finnegan had failed to make payments on the promissory note. Deutsche Bank claimed that all conditions precedent to acceleration of the note, and the foreclosure action, had occurred. The mortgage document specified as a condition precedent that… Read More »

U.S. Court of Appeals Reverses Summary Judgment Where Disputed Issue of Material Fact Exists – Win in Federal Appellate Court

By Robin Bresky |

VOIS, Inc. v. Michael Spindel and Edward Spindel, Case No. 10-15668-D We represented a corporation that had gone through multiple changes of ownership since issuing promissory notes to two of its investors and former directors, the Spindels. The corporation sued the Spindels for corporate wrongdoing, and the Spindels countersued claiming they were never paid… Read More »