Juxtaposition in Foreclosure Defense Litigation: Legislative Intent vs. Practical Reality03/28/2018 | New York Law Journal
Foreclosure defense has been evolving as a niche practice area, necessitated by the fallout from the mortgage crisis. Stated simply, the housing bubble of the early 2000’s deflated when it was revealed that the mass securitization of mortgages was severely undercollateralized.
WB Perspectives Podcast: Pankaj Malik on Immigration: Deportation and Removal02/02/2018
Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Trials02/22/2012 | New York Law Journal
Prior to joining Warshaw Burstein as Chair of the Immigration and Nationality Law Practice, Pankaj Malik wrote this article regarding a policy, which at the time, favored out of court resolution of removal and deportation cases. The article reminded immigration attorneys that although not a certainty, by explaining to a prosecutor that a client poses no security threat and otherwise satisfies the guidelines in the Morton Memo, including his or her family situation, military service, education, community ties and age, it would make it easier to persuade a prosecutor to exercise his or her discretion and not prosecute the case.
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