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Seated Second Page: Adam Silver, Jill ReinToday’s default-servicing landscape can be challenging for even the most seasoned industry professionals. Continually shifting regulations—at both the state and national level—require everyone in the industry to remain updated on all aspects of what the law requires, while also balancing the realities of costs and top-tier customer service.For the 15th year in a row, DS News is proud to present the annual Black Book directory of default servicing law firms. These are some of the industry’s top organizations and professionals, all committed to working diligently for their servicer partners, ensuring compliance and efficiency while building a better future. Today, we bring you a profile of McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC.”At McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, we believe that a successful firm is made up of dedicated and knowledgeable people who strive to be the best in their field and do their best for our clients.” SERVICES PROVIDED: McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC, is a full-service residential and commercial real estate law firm with over 38 years’ experience, specializing in foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, commercial origination and workout transactions, complex litigation, title curative litigation, defensive litigation, closing services, national bankruptcy, and eviction platforms. The firm represents financial institutions and investors in Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington, uniquely offering offices throughout its footprint to provide its clients with exceptional service.MISSION/FOCUS: Our mission is to be an integral partner for our clients by providing sound legal advice and exceptional services while being sensitive to their need for cost-effectiveness, quality control, and risk management.PARTNERS: Over 50 partners.SHAREHOLDERS: Owners/Members: Marty Stone (CEO and Managing Partner), Carl McGehee, Adam Silver, Wendy Reiss, Richard Leibert, Melody Rickels, Rich Haber, Anthony Risalvato, Jill Rein, Geoffrey Milne, Donna “Casey” Case-Rossato, Robyn Katz, and Doug Oliver.STATES SERVED: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Texas, and WashingtonAFFILIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS: MBA, Alabama MBA, California MBA, Connecticut MBA, Georgia MBA, Illinois MBA, Legal League 100, USFN, ALFN, National Creditors Bar Association, REO MAC, TMBA, and UTA.WHAT SETS THE FIRM APART: McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC, is laser-focused on establishing a positive and diverse working environment, which allows our employees to grow and expand their skills. We believe a diverse workforce allows for the best solutions to client challenges. The strong emphasis on our employees and culture fosters pride in the firm and a desire to provide exceptional customer service to clients.GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Change can be difficult but is necessary for growth and progress. At McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC we embrace change; from working creatively and tirelessly in an industry in flux to combining with another longstanding, respected firm to increase coverage for our clients. Our greatest accomplishment is not only keeping up with change but being a leader of change over the past 38 years and beyond. MOTTO: Client focused. Results-driven. We earn your trust.AWARDS: Twenty years as a USFN Diamond Award Winner, MReport’s Top 25 Companies, ALFN ASSURE Member Award Winner.STANDARD OF SERVICE: McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC, consistently raises the bar for service level within the industry. We strive to provide exceptional service in a timely manner while maintaining the integrity of the work product.CHARITABLE INTERESTS: McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC, is very involved in the communities we serve. The firm and its employees participate in monthly, firm-wide charitable events. Employees submit recommendations of charities to support and the firm selects a charity each month for fundraising. These charities have included organizations that support children and adult health concerns, veteran’s issues, and animal rescue organizations. FINAL THOUGHTS: The past several years have brought challenges to so many aspects of our industry, and MRLP continues to rise to the challenge of forward-thinking and changing to adapt, all the while providing consistent and best-in-class services for our clients.CONTACT INFORMATION: 1544 Old Alabama Road, Roswell, GA 30076 » 770.643.7200 (p) »777 108th Ave. NE, Suite 1895, Bellevue, WA 98004 » 425.615.7979 (p)Marty Stone, [email protected] » McCalla.com The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Share Save
Cal, Stanford meet in Pac-12 tourney March 10, 2020 Associated Press STEPPING UP: Stanford’s Oscar da Silva has averaged 15.6 points and 6.1 rebounds while Tyrell Terry has put up 14.5 points and 4.4 rebounds. For the Golden Bears, Matt Bradley has averaged 17.5 points and 4.9 rebounds while Grant Anticevich has put up 8.4 points and 5.5 rebounds.MIGHTY MATT: Bradley has connected on 38.6 percent of the 166 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 12 of 27 over his last five games. He’s also made 86.6 percent of his free throws this season.SLIPPING AT 68: Stanford is 0-9 this year when it allows 68 points or more and 20-2 when holding opponents to fewer than 68.PERFECT WHEN: Cal is a perfect 10-0 when its defense holds opponents to a field goal percentage of 41 percent or less. The Golden Bears are 3-18 when allowing the opposition to shoot any better than that.DID YOU KNOW: The Stanford defense has allowed only 62.5 points per game to opponents this season, ranking the Cardinal 16th among Division I teams. The Cal offense has averaged 63.2 points through 31 games (ranked 298th, nationally).___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 10 seed Cal (13-18, 7-11) vs. No. 7 seed Stanford (20-11, 9-9)Pac-12 Conference Tournament First Round, T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas; Wednesday, 8 p.m. EDTBOTTOM LINE: Cal and Stanford are prepared to face off in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament. The teams split the regular season series at one win apiece. The teams last played on Jan. 26, when the Golden Bears created 15 Stanford turnovers and turned the ball over just seven times en route to a two-point victory.
ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 19, 2015) – Leading trainer Jerry Hollendorfer will once again pair with jockey Elvis Trujillo when he sends out Heat the Rocks Saturday in the Sunshine Millions Xpressbet California Cup Oaks for 3-year-old fillies at a mile on turf.Though she has never raced on turf, 3-year-old Heat the Rocks has run well at a mile, running second in her last out, the Soviet Problem Stakes Dec. 7. The filly by Unusual Heat and out of the Tribal Rule mare Rockella is owned by Hollendorfer, Brett Tahajian and George Todaro. Bred in-part by Hollendorfer and Todaro as well, Heat the Rocks is 4-1-2-0 overall with earnings of $90,160.Hollendorfer will also send out Light One, a horse from his Golden Gate contingent in Saturday’s Oaks. The Comic Strip filly comes off a 5 ½ furlong maiden special weight win at Golden Gate Dec. 27; her first start with trainer Hollendorfer.Owned by Gatto Racing, LLC, USA Thoroughbred Racing Management, Inc, Gray, et al, she is 2-1-1 lifetime with earnings of $27,040.Northern-California based trainer Steve Specht has the most experienced filly in the gate with Swiss Skimmer, who has run the mile distance in her last four outings in an eight race career. Coming off a maiden special weight win at Golden Gate Dec. 14, the Swiss Yodeler filly is owned and bred by Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams.She is 8-1-1-3 overall with earnings of $41,103.Second going a mile on turf in a maiden special weight at Santa Anita Jan. 1, Doug O’Neill’s Silver Starlight will break from the far outside with new rider, French import Flavien Prat.The filly by Marino Marini is owned by Neil Haymes, Michael Ryan and Sterling Stables. She is a maiden with a second and a fourth from two starts and $14,560 in earnings.Tim Yakteen and Phil D’Amato will send out Patsy G and Me and Sheer Pleasure respectively off six furlong maiden special weight wins at Los Alamitos Dec. 19.The complete field for Saturday’s Xpressbet California Cup Oaks, to be run as the fifth race on a ten-race card, with jockeys and weights in post position order: Patsy G and Me, Drayden Van Dyke, 117; Singing Kitty, Aaron Gryder, 117; Swiss Skimmer, Frank Alvarado, 117; Heat the Rocks, Elvis Trujillo, 117; Sheer Pleasure, Kent Desormeaux, 117; Light One, Rafael Bejarano, 117; Tribal Express, Alonso Quinonez, 117; Silver Starlight, Flavien Prat, 117. Special first post time on Saturday of 12:00 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:00 a.m.
ST. LOUIS — The Giants remain optimistic that Johnny Cueto will take the mound for the team before the end of the 2019 season.Debuting against the Dodgers this weekend, however, is now out of the question.Manager Bruce Bochy revealed Tuesday that Cueto is dealing with back tightness that will force him to push back his first start of the year. Cueto was lined up to pitch in Los Angeles this weekend, but he will now throw a bullpen at Dodger Stadium before the Giants determine when he might …
A story on Science Daily says that the primary cilium, a protrusion on most human cells that looks like an antenna, acts like a GPS system. They “orient cells to move in the right direction and at the speed needed to heal wounds, much like a Global Positioning System helps ships navigate to their destinations.” Not only that, says Soren T. Christensen (U of Copenhagen): “What we are dealing with is a physiological analogy to the GPS system with a coupled autopilot that coordinates air traffic or tankers on open sea.” What happens is that the ciliar antennae act like beacons for an essential clotting factor. They orient themselves to steer fibroblast cells to the wound site, promoting repair. “The really important discovery is that the primary cilium detects signals, which tell the cells to engage their compass reading and move in the right direction to close the wound.” This exciting discovery falsifies an old evolutionary canard. “Protruding through the cell membrane, primary cilia occur on almost every non-dividing cell in the body,” the article ended. “Once written off as a vestigial organelle discarded in the evolutionary dust, primary cilia in the last decade have risen to prominence as a vital cellular sensor at the root of a wide range of health disorders, from polycystic kidney disease to cancer to left-right anatomical abnormalities.”Great! Another wonderful design-based discovery to beat down the Darwinists for their science-stopping assumptions. Let’s pile these up for Darwin Day. What a show it will be: Charlie will get boos, hisses and rotten tomatoes, while crowds gather at the ID show to see who gets gets Nobel Prizes and Breakthroughs of the Year (12/19/2008).Project: Browse through our 2008 stories for all the examples of Darwinism being an impediment to scientific progress, then list them after a quote by Eugenie Scott claiming that creationism is a science-stopper. Then list all the major discoveries stemming from the search for design. Your only challenge will be having too much material.(Visited 21 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
South Africa’s National Development Plan has set the ambitious target of creating 11-million jobs by 2030, which will require teamwork to get the economy growing at a rate of more than 5% a year, says President Jacob Zuma.Delivering his State of the Nation Address to a joint sitting of Parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, Zuma said South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth was expected to average 2.5% in 2013, down from 3.1% the previous year – and half the minimum 5% growth rate required to create 11-million jobs by 2030.“In my last meeting with the business community, the sector indicated that for the economy to grow threefold, we must remove certain obstacles.“We will engage business, labour and other social partners in pursuit of solutions. No single force acting individually can achieve the objectives we have set for ourselves.”Zuma said the National Development Plan (NDP), the country’s vision for the next 20 years, contained proposals for tackling the problems of poverty, inequality and unemployment, while outlining interventions to put the economy on a better footing.Youth unemploymentNoting that just over a third of the population was under the age of 15, Zuma said that South Africa, like many other countries, was faced with a crisis of youth unemployment.“Last May I asked constituencies at Nedlac to discuss youth employment incentives. I am pleased that discussions have been concluded and that agreement has been reached on key principles. The parties will sign the accord later this month,” Zuma said.These incentives would add to what the government was already doing to empower young South Africans, Zuma said, noting that state-owned companies provided apprenticeships and learnerships and urging that these be increased.Appeal to the private sectorZuma also appealed to the private sector “to absorb 11 000 FET [Further Education and Training college] graduates who are awaiting placements” – equivalent to the number of young people that the government had enrolled in various training programmes under its National Rural Youth Services Corps.The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, which runs this Corps, was also planning to create nine Rural Youth Hubs per province, including in the 23 poorest districts in the country.“We will also use the Expanded Public Works Programme and the Community Work programme to absorb young people,” Zuma said, adding: “Working together we will find a solution to youth unemployment.”Regarding small business – recognised as key for job creation in the country – Zuma said a key project for the Presidency currently was to get government departments to pay small businesses within 30 days.“Departments are required to submit monthly reports so that we can monitor progress in this regard,” Zuma said, adding: “We have taken a decision that accounting officers who fail to execute this directive should face consequences.”SAinfo reporter
By Emilie Papageorgiou, AFCPE-FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship InternCredit cards can wreak havoc on financial security when used irresponsibly, but when used properly, also can have many benefits! It is important for all consumers, including military families, to consider the advantages and disadvantages of credit cards before taking the plunge. Credit cards can help build a credit history, protect some purchases, and provide a backup plan when emergencies arrive. However, if cardholders are not careful, credit cards can also blow the family budget, causing unwanted debt and causing purchases to cost more due to high interest rates.The best way to reap the benefits of credit cards is to pay off the balance each month and avoid costly fees and interest. When cardholders are unable to pay off the balance in full, they should pay as much as their budget allows over the minimum payment. This post was published on the Military Families Learning Network Blog on September 6, 2013.
Over 100 people attended the Ball, including Minister for Sport, Senator Kate Lundy as well as several other politicians. 2011 World Cup Australian Women’s Open assistant coach, Dean Russell, was part of a panel interviewed by MC Stephanie Brantz and joined Australian Opals squad members Liz Cambage, Carly Wilson and Marianna Tolo, Opals coach, Carrie Graf and Capital Football Chief Executive, Heather Reid on stage. Russell told the crowd about Australia’s impressive record at the Women’s Open level, having never lost a game at World Cup level as well as the amount of females taking part in Touch Football across Australia. “The international program for Touch Football started back in 1985 for women. It’s been an extremely successful program. We are extremely proud of the results we’ve produced on the field and the athletes we’ve produced off it,” Russell said. “We do have a lot of females playing (Touch Football) but we are probably lucky in the sense that we have a category at social level and domestic that is very popular which is Mixed Touch. A lot of families get together and play with their Mums and Dads and sons and daughters which introduces them into the sport and then they can see the pathways that develop through regional, club, state and international level.”Recently named as the Federal Minister for Sport, Senator Lundy spoke about her passion for sport and in particular women’s sport. “I can’t tell you what a pleasure it is to be here tonight, I’m so privileged and honoured to have this portfolio. It’s something that is a part of me, my love for sport. It has always been a big part of my life and part of my family’s life,” Senator Lundy said. “Tonight we are particularly acknowledging the role that so many women have played in our sporting landscape. As Senator for the ACT I am incredibly proud of the local women in sport and the Canberra community’s wonderful response to the successes, their support when they are not going so well and most of all drawing from the participation base in the community that finds itself again and again inspired by the performance of our elite female athletes.”“The Government is committed to supporting women in sport and despite all the work that has been done, we recognise that more must be done to bring women’s sport to its rightful place in this country.”Chief Executive Officer of Sports Hydrant, Andy Turnbull, told the crowd that the promotion of elite women’s sport through the event was just one of the Sport For Women initiatives that the organisation drives. “Sports Hydrant, through the Sport For Women website, seeks to increase participation through we believe redefining the definition of sport. We want sport to be an integral part of the sporting landscape by including dance, individual fitness initiatives and not actually separating sport and recreation from leisure,” Turnbull said. Thank you to Bec Lewis from BL Imaging for providing the photos.
About the authorChris BeattieShare the loveHave your say West Ham fear Wilshere facing more surgeryby Chris Beattie10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham have lost Jack Wilshere for another five weeks due to injury.The Mirror says the midfielder is struggling with the latest in a long line of ankle problems that the club believed would only need a few weeks’ rest.Wilshere has instead been ruled out for the entire festive period, with the Hammers worried he could need yet another operation.The club already have midfielder Manuel Lanzini out with a severe knee injury suffered on international duty ahead of the World Cup finals. Despite suggestions he could be back in February, the Argentinean playmaker could miss the rest of the season.
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Ex-Man City chief Cook making new move for Newcastleby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook is involved in another consortium seeking to buyout Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley.The Mirror says Cook is now fronting a bid to buy the Tyneside giants, with Ashley looking to bank £300million from the sale.Cook was the Manchester City chief executive who sold Sheikh Mansour a Premier League back in the summer of 2009.Mansour had also registered an interest in buying Newcastle from Ashley.But the Arab prince was sold on the idea presented to him in a Power Point presentation made by Cook.