Thursday, March 21, 2013

Brooklyn Law School Starts Real Estate Finance Blog

Here's the meat of the announcement from Brooklyn:

Brooklyn Law School is pleased to announce the launch of, a collaborative effort between Professors Brad Borden and David Reiss and Brooklyn Law School students, focused on tracking the latest law and practice developments in the rapidly changing field of real estate finance. provides timely and indispensable insight, analysis and commentary on the latest news and cases in the real estate finance arena, with an emphasis on securitization. Currently focused on litigation arising from the 2008 financial crisis, provides information about “upstream” litigation (lawsuits against underwriters, promoters, and other market actors), “downstream” litigation (bankruptcy and foreclosure cases brought by and against homeowners) as well as other timely information about related tax and regulatory actions.

Steve Clowney

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