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Michael J. Catalfimo Speaks on Troubled Real Estate Loans


Michael J. Catalfimo was the presenter for a National Business Institute (NBI) national 90 minute tele-seminar on April 16, 2012 entitled “How to Deal with Troubled Real Estate Loans”.  The NBI seminar was simulcast through West’s LegalEdCenter® as a webcast.  Mr. Catalfimo’s program delved into the challenging years faced in the real estate loan industry, focusing on how to help clients avoid foreclosure with non-bankruptcy, non-litigation alternatives.  Topics included:

  • Forbearance Agreements
  • Full Reinstatements
  • Partial Reinstatements
  • HUD Partial Claims
  • Loan Modifications
  • Deeds-in-Lieu of Foreclosure
  • Private Sales
  • Short Sales
  • Pre-Foreclosure Sales

About Michael J. CatalfimoMr. Catalfimo is the chief operating officer and serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors at Carter Conboy.  He currently concentrates his practice in the fields of creditors' rights, business and property law, litigation, family law and general civil litigation. Mr. Catalfimo is also experienced in the areas of estates and trusts law, municipal law and health care law. He earned his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Boston College Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif National Legal Honor Society. Mr. Catalfimo earned his B.A. degree, with all college honors, from Skidmore College. While at Skidmore, he was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society and the Periclean Honor Society. Mr. Catalfimo is an active member of the American and New York State bar associations, the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, the American Legal and Financial Network, and the Business Litigation Practice Group for the American Law Firm Association. He is the past president of the Washington County Bar Association and the Federation of Bar Associations of the Fourth Judicial District; serves on the arbitration and mediation panels of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York; and is a former adjunct professor of business law at Skidmore College. Mr. Catalfimo is the author of several publications and has lectured on his areas of practice.