If I have to introduce Alabama foreclosure defense attorney Nick Wooten to you, then you’re not much of a foreclosure crisis news junkie, because Nick has made headlines for his lawsuits against the banksters on behalf of homeowners as much as anyone, and a lot more than most. Most recently Nick was kicking the crap out of LPS or Lender Processing Services, but he’s also leading a coordinated attack against MERS, and recently he won a very high profile case in Alabama, Horace v. LaSalle Bank, in which the judge agreed with his argument that the note was not properly endorsed and negotiated into the trust and therefore the trust could not foreclose.
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