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Mr. Shamir primarily represents banks, lenders and other financial institutions in consumer financial services litigation. His practice focuses creditors' rights and real estate matters. Additionally, Mr. Shamir has experience in appellate and bankruptcy litigation. Mr. Shamir has experience as counsel for major lenders, banks and mortgage companies in litigation involving mortgage foreclosures, TILA and FCCPA claims, title claims and other real estate issues, as well as appellate matters.
While in law school, Mr. Shamir was an intern for the Honorable Raymond B. Ray of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida.
- Fla. 4th DCA 2015 – Borrower appealed a final judgment of foreclosure, challenging Plaintiff’s standing to commence a foreclosure action. Specifically, Borrower argued that Plaintiff lacked possession of the original Note, and therefore lacked standing, because the original Note was located in the court file of a previously filed suit at the time Plaintiff commenced its action. The appellate court agreed that equitable transfer of the Note had occurred and physical possession by Plaintiff was not necessary, and affirmed the lower court final judgment of foreclosure.