M. Troy Freedman (Managing Attorney-Pennsylvania) Admitted to bar, 2000, Pennsylvania.
Education: Dickinson College (B.A., 1996); Widener University School of Law (J.D., 1999 – Member of Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society).
Member: Montgomery County Bar Association, Monroe County Bar Association, Mortgage Bankers Association, American Legal & Financial Network, Legal League 100.
Admissions: Pennsylvania (1999); Eastern District of Pennsylvania; Middle District of Pennsylvania; Western District of Pennsylvania.
Practice Areas: General Practice; Bankruptcy; Mortgage Foreclosure; Secured Transactions; Real Estate; Creditors’ Rights; Title; Commercial Litigation, Appellate Litigation
Articles: “Dealing with Rambo-Type Foreclosure Litigator,” (www.housingwire.com), “Dealing with Homeowners Who Want More Time,” (www.housingwire.com), “Borrower Spends on Lingerie … Should They Get a Loan Mod,” (www.housingwire.com), Moderator: Dealing with the Most Common and Creative Defenses to Foreclosure, Legal League 100 Spring Servicer Summit 2013, “Pennsylvania Foreclosure Diversion Programs: Out of Control?” (www.housingwire.com), “The New Normal and the Foreclosure Trial Tackle Box,” (www.housingwire.com), “Get Proactive & Be Prepared in Dealing with Foreclosure,” (www.cujournal.com), “Legal Documents & That Other Law (Murphy’s),” (www.cujournal.com), “Borrowers Behaving Badly: What Happens When Lenders/Servicers Inadvertently Encourage Borrowers to Lie, Cheat, and Steal?” (Legal League Quarterly, Winter 2013), and “C.F.P.B., Good Record-Keeping, and the New Normal,” (Legal League Quarterly, Summer 2013)
Speaking Engagements: “Dealing with the Most Common and Creative Defenses to Foreclosure,” (Facilitator, Spring 2013 Legal League 100 Servicer Summit), “Bankruptcy: Life with the New Mortgage Claim” (Round Table, Fall 2013 Legal League Servicer Summit).