At Stern & Eisenberg
Ali Degan, Esquire, Associate New York Attorney is a real estate litigator with experience in foreclosures, evictions and the relevant administrative aspects of real estate disputes. Ali offers his legal counseling to lenders and creditors in foreclosure matters as an associate attorney.
About Ali Degan, Esquire
Prior to joining Stern & Eisenberg, Ali mainly represented landlords in commercial and residential evictions in New York City Metropolitan Area for two years. During his practice in Louisiana, Ali represented borrowers and real estate owners. Most notably, he was the lead author of an interlocutory appeal which led to a major win for his client as the Louisiana Court of Appeals declared the mortgage null ab initio in the reported case of Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC v. Porter, 2018-0187 (La. App. 4 Cir. 5/23/18), 248 So. 3d 491. Ali has authored multiple articles and practice points and has paneled CLEs for the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) Real Estate, Condemnation, & Trust Litigation, and other organizations. In 2019, Ali was selected to the ABA’s Young Lawyer Leadership Program. Since then, Ali has co-chaired the ABA’s Mortgage and Foreclosure Subcommittee as well as the Landlord and Tenant Subcommittee. In 2021, the ABA selected Ali to co-chair its Minority Trial Lawyer Committee.
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Bar Admissions: New York State Bar Association 2020; United States Southern District of New York 2020; Louisiana State Bar Association 2017
Education: Mississippi College School of Law Jackson, MS
Master of Laws in American Jurisprudence (LL.M.) May 2015 University of Tehran Faculty of Law Tehran, IR
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) July 2013