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International Bloomberg Securitization Audits

CFLA, also known as Certified Forensic Loan Auditors, LLC has performed hundreds of Bloomberg Securitisation Audits in the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Canada, the European Union and Australia.

All we need for the international audits is

  1. a copy of the promissory note showing the Principal amount, date of origination, bank depositor, and zip code of the homeowner.

  2. any transfer documents are also helpful (from the land registry).

 

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The cost is $995.00 USD for the full report.

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We can paypal invoice you for the service and once we receive payment and the documents required we will begin processing your report which will include identification of the Asset Backed securities trust claiming ownership of your mortgage, as well as a full chain of title analysis and an expert witness affidavit from our senior expert.

 

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CERTIFIED FORENSIC LOAN AUDITORS, LLC

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Andrew Lehman

ANDREW P. LEHMAN, J.D., PhD
Curriculum Vitae

 

FEE SCHEDULE

$625.00 / Hour - Minimum Retainer – 4 Hours

BIO: Andrew Lehman is the creative founder of CFLA, also known as Certified Forensic Loan Auditors, Los Angeles, CA. Since inception in 2007, CFLA has rapidly expanded technology and innovation in the automation systems utilized to track public data through the Securities & Exchange Commission filings as well as state and county recordation systems This technology has brought to commerce an available cost effective information flow of financial data to users all over United States, Canada, United Kingdom, the European Union, Australia, and China, namely through licensee[s] for the purpose of tracking residential mortgage backed securities data. Provided Expert Witness Testimony in California, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Illinois, and Alabama regarding Mortgage Securitization Issues, Chain of Title Assessments, Uniform Commercial Code, Negotiable Instruments and Secured Party Transactions for purposes of Litigation. Mr. Lehman is heralded by many as the founder of the “securitization Audit” back in 2007 and has performed more than 100 training classes on the subject matter since that time.

 

EDUCATION

Houston Graduate School of Theology, Houston, TX, Phd. Divinity, Religious Studies, Graduated 2014. Thesis published on

Western State College of Law at Argosy, Fullerton, CA, Graduated 2006, Juris Doctor, TOP 10% of Academic Class, Moot Court, Student Government, Law Review. (Academic Scholarship Student) West Coast College of Law J.D. (2007)

University of Houston, Houston, TX Graduated 2001, Bachelors of Business Administration, Concentration in Finance; Minor in Western European Studies; 3.35 G.P.A.

 

CAREER EXPERIENCE

  • Built CFLA from basement operation to peak sales of $5 million dollars a year in 2011CFLA,.
  • Sold More than 15,000 Forensic Loan Audits and Litigation Packages [Legal Forms]
  • Managed more than 50 Full Time Employees, Including Sales Staff of 8, and Litigation Department with 5 Attorneys in House
  • Managed the entire Litigation Department and Staff Attorneys
  • Handled all Dispute Resolution,

Legal, and Financial Data reporting

  • Designed and developed the “Mortgage Securitization Analyst Training Certification Class” having trained and certified more than 800 Executive Professionals through the industry acclaimed Mortgage Securitization Auditor Training Class (24 hours)
  • Hosted More than 250 Instructional Seminars and Training Events Nationally, including CA, NV, TX, GA, FL, NJ, NY, MA, PA, IL, WA.
  • Participated in State Bar Approved instruction on Banking Issues in the States of California, Nevada, Illinois, New York, Georgia, and Florida.
  • Has Recorded More than 100 Hours of State Bar Approved Instruction o with topics ranging from (a) Bankruptcy Practice, (b) Foreclosure Defense Strategies, (3) Contract Law & UCC, (4) Principal Reductions through Strategic Litigation, (5) Mortgage Securitization in Litigation, (6) Quiet Title Litigation, (7) Unsecured Debt Transactions and the (8) California

Homeowners Bill of Rights are among the subjects presented during our CLE classes, approved for Attorney Continuing Education Credit by the State Bar in each of the following jurisdictions: State Bars of TX, CA, FL, NV, NY, GA, and Hawaii

 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS

  • Certified Forensic Loan Auditors “CFLA”
  • Mortgage Securitization Analyst “MSA”
  • Ambassador Mortgage Securitization Analyst “AMSA”
  • Licensed Athlete Agent Registered in the State of Texas, Louisiana, and Alabama
  • Certified by the National Football League players Association as Contract Advisor

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of California (inactive)
  • National Football League Players Association
  • National Basketball Players Association

 

EXPERT WITNESS APPEARANCES UNDER MR. LEHMAN’S SUPERVISION & DIRECTION

  • Wells Fargo vs. Patrick Kelly. Defendant represented by Seth N. Katz, Esq. Thompson Law Group, LLC, PO Box 53484. Atlanta, GA 30355. Re. Lot 24 Rivers Reach, Eufaula, AL 36027. Case number 12C00215-5. Deposition taken 4/24/13.
  • Jose and Flor Barrionuevo vs. Chase Bank, NA. US District Court for Northern District of California, San Francisco Division. Case number 3:12-CV-0572 EMC. Deposition taken 5/21/13 by John C. Hedger, Attorney at Law for Chase Bank. Plaintiffs represented by Michael Yesk. Yesk Law, Attorney at Law. 70 Doray Drive, Suite 16. Pleasant Hill, CA 94523. Regarding 5931 Annandale Way, Dublin, CA 94568.
  • Richard and Barbara Rendina vs. BAC Home Loans Servicing, Circuit Court of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Palm Beach County, FL. Case 502012CA. 014810XXXXMB. Deposition was taken 7/22/13. Defendant represented by Michael H. Stauder, Sr., Esq.,
  • George and Monique Atwell vs. Aurora Loan Services, LLC; US Bank, NA as Trustee for Lehman XS 2006-4N; Quality Loan Service Corporation; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.; CMG Mortgage, Inc; All Fund Mortgage.
  • Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles, Central District. Case BC457277. Deposition taken 1/20/14 by Victoria E. Edwards, Esquire, Akerman LLP. Plaintiff represented by George M. Hill, Esquire, Rodriguez Law Group, Inc.,
  • Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Demetria Guiuan. Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Essex County. Docket number F-024967-12. Deposition taken 1/26/14 by Barbara K. Hager, Esq., Reed Smith, LLP,. Via video teleconference. Defendant Demetria Guiuan, pro se
  • Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Gregoria Castillo. Superior Court of California, San Diego County. Case No. 37-2013-00052289-CU-OR-CTL. Deposition taken 1/19/15 by Fidelity National Law Group by Paul Meshek (CA State Bar 97737.)
  • William Dulany Hill vs. Bank of New York Mellon. Superior Court of California, Torrance. Case No. YC069764. Testified at prove up hearing 6/24/15.
  • U.S. Bank National Association vs. Harmesh Verma. Superior Court of New Jersey. Chancery Division: Monmouth County. Docket No. F-013097-15. David Rubenstein, Esq. for defendant. Rubenstein Business Law. Appeared in court 9/14/16. Motion to allow testimony denied due to adjudged insufficient notice. Matter settled that day.
  • James Farah v. LaSalle National Bank Association as Trustee for the WAMU Pass-Through Certificates Series 2006-AR7 Trust. U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Case No. 2:15 CV-02602. For Plaintiff: James Farah Pro Se, For Defendants: Bracewell LLP. By Ryan M. Philp, Esq. and Rebecca J. Foxwell, Esq. Deposition taken at 13101 W. Washington Blvd., Suite 140, Los Angeles, CA 90066 on June 21, 2017.
  • Daniel Fieves v. Washington Mutual Bank. December, 2017. Argument summary; declaration; consultation.
  • Osmundo V. Thompson and Tamara Y. Thompson v. Academy Mortgage, et.al. Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Maricopa, Defendants represented by Ross M. Mumme Evidentiary hearing. Telephonic testimony. January 5, 2018.
  • Attorney Susan Murphy re. Randolph v. CitiMortgage. Superior Court of California. Case No. PC056517. Northridge, CA. Consultation. Testimony not scheduled. Court ruled in favor of opposing parties. January 2018.
  • Attorney Jeff Barnes re. US Bank v. Lydia and Andrae Crayton. Ninth Judicial Circuit Orange County, FL. Case 2016-CA-011267-O. Consultation April 2018. Deposition scheduled for March 7, 2019 and court hearing March 8, 2019.
  • Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB D/B/A Christiana Trust not individually but as Trustee for Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust vs. Brenda Zavison a/k/a Brenda B. Zavison a/k/a Brenda Bailey Zavison, et. Al. Case No. 2016-CA-00783. Michael Henry, Esq. for John Fitzpatrick and Tim Allen with regard to defendant Zavison. Before Judge Terrance Ketchel, Circuit Judge, Okaloosa County, Testified February 9, 2018.
  • Penrose v. First Magnus Financial Corporation. United States District Court, District of Nevada. Case 3:18-cv-00276-RCJ-VPC. July 2018. Homeowner not borrower and ruled not real party in interest.
  • Wells Fargo as Trustee for Freddie Mac 2005-S001 v. Regina Campbell and Stephen Renfrow. Nineteenth Judicial Circuit for St. Lucie County, FL Case No. 2013-CA-003400. Lorelei Fiala, Esq. for Defendants. Deposition by Rebecca Rodriguez, Gray/Robinson, P.A March 16, 2018. Quiet Title granted by February 2019.
  • Wilmington Savings Fund Society at Trustee for Deephaven Residential Mortgage Trust 2017-1 v. Mark Dillon, Jason Mussman and Pooneh Mussman. Superior Court of Arizona, County of Maricopa. Case CV2018-0107:4. Non-sworn participation. Answered questions and gave commentary in court September 14, 2018. Mark Dillon. Plaintiffs represented by Marvin C. Ruth, Coppersmith Brockelman PLC, Before the Honorable Teresa Sanders. September 14, 2018.
  • Judith Vincent Brown v. New Penn Financial. Superior Court of Arizona, County of Maricopa. Case CV2018-0108:15. Evidentiary Hearing October 10, 2018. Attorney Teresa H. Foster, TERESA H. FOSTER, PLLC, for Plaintiff.
  • HSBC Bank v. Mastera. Superior Court. J.D. of Stamford/Norwalk Connecticut Docket FST-CV-16-6027977-S. Hearing December 28, 2018. Prior ruling that Assignments could not be challenged. Assessment of balance owed. Ruled in favor of opposing parties.

Others available by request.

 

PUBLISHED CASES

Pugliese v. Superior Court, (2007) 146 Cal.App.4th 1444

This case changed the landscape for Tort Litigation in Domestic Violence Cases in the State of California as I was able to successfully argue that Victim of Domestic Violence should not be barred from bringing her action for Domestic Viiole,nce against former spouse due to the current statute of limitations of 3 years, but rather that the Court should recognize an “equitable tolling period” due to the ongoing nature of the abuse known as the battered woman’s syndrome which is recognized by Courts in other Jurisdictions and in California Criminal Law cases as an affirmative defense due to the batterers control fear manipulation and domination over the victim, and the victims helpless state of perpetual abuse. The Court recognized that there should be an equitable tolling period due to the cycle of violence and that the statute of limitations on Domestic Violence Tort thus should be 3 years from the date of the last instance of abuse thus recognizing the ongoing cycle of abuse and powerless state of the victim. In that matter the victim was thus allowed to sue for tort claims of Domestic violence dating back 20 years since the abuse was ongoing, and the last instance of abuse, although not the most severe, occurred less than 3 years from the date of the filing of the Tort Claim. Affirmed by California Supreme Court.

 

S.E.C. v. McNamee, (2007) 481 F.3d 451

In this Case I successfully argued that the SEC had to pick its remedy it could not received disgorgement and rescission of shares as that would “double penalize” the Defendant for the same act. The theory which is now recognized by all courts in enforcements actions is that you don’t get to take Black Acre property from someone, and than also make them pay for it. Affirmed by Cal. Supreme Court.

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