On August 30, 2021, SFNet (The Secured Finance Network, Inc.) requested to appear before the New York Court of Appeals (the Court) as amicus curiae and to file its brief illustrating why the lower court orders in the matter represent a dangerous departure from established precedent and practice.

On January 11, 2022, the Court granted SFNet’s motion to appear as amicus curiae and accepted SFNet’s brief into the record in the case in connection with granting the lender’s motion for leave to appeal. Parker Hudson Partners William J. Holley, II and Bryan E. Bates and Of Counsel John C. Wright are the attorneys on the amicus curiae brief for the SFNet, for which Parker Hudson Partner Bobbi Acord Noland serves as co-General Counsel.

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