9-23-20 Natalie Grigg to present for New York Mortgage Bankers Association's Webinar "New York & it's Ever-Changing Foreclosure Landscape"

Posted on September 05, 2020

New York & its Ever-Changing Foreclosure Landscape

In the first of NYMBA’s Loan Servicing “HOT TOPICS” Webinars, practicing subject matter experts will kick-off this session talking about NY Foreclosures and the Court system, Lack of Standing and the Statute of Limitations, as well as other nuances that have developed in recent months. As we continue to navigate through 2020, arguably one of the most challenging years for the real estate finance industry and New York, it is important to stay connected and updated on the ever-shifting landscape. NYMBA remains committed to our industry and its members and are pleased to invite you to join in a monthly webinar series, focused on these new developments and emerging trends. We hope you’ll join us.

Please feel free to invite friends and colleagues that you think will benefit from the discussion. Please note, registration is required and questions can be submitted in advance of the event.

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OUR PRESENTERS:

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Natalie A. Grigg is the Supervising Partner in Woods Oviatt Gilman’s Default Servicing Department, overseeing staff and attorneys, while ensuring compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. Ms. Grigg represents lenders, investors, and servicers in residential mortgage foreclosures, bankruptcy actions, evictions, and related litigation throughout New York State.

Prior to joining Woods Oviatt, Ms. Grigg represented creditors and servicers in contested matters in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings throughout New York State. She has extensive experience with litigated matters within bankruptcy and foreclosure proceedings as well as commercial litigation.

Ms. Grigg received her Juris Doctorate from the University at Buffalo Law School in May 2002 with a concentration in Civil Litigation. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Legal Studies in February 1999 from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

Natalie A. Grigg