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Jaime Lathrop assisted my late parent's legal firm (Goldfarb and Associates) in keeping their apartment out of the hands of an unscrupulous Reverse Mortgage Company. Mr. Lathrop at least twice successfully defended our interests at court. I am very grateful to him. We have, thanks to him, successfully negotiated the sale of the apartment.
Jamie helped with more than one issue regarding my home. He was professional, direct no nonsense kind of guy. I would highly recommend you talk to him about any legal issue that you may have. He is very reasonable and will upfront about your case and options.
I fully trust Jimmy with all things legal and have had him as my lawyer for nearly a decade. He's been there for me through several real estate transactions and business ventures. He always gives sound advice, providing thoughtful rationale and clear explanations for his recommendations. I truly feel lucky to have him on my side.
On October 13, 2015 Jaime Lathrop lectured at the Brooklyn Bar Association for his annual CLE update "New Developments in Foreclosure Practice."
On October 29, 2015, Jaime Lathrop was recognized by the New York State Court's Access to Justice Program for his work as a Guardian Ad Litem in the Housing Court of the Civil Court of the City of New York at the Pro Bono Ceremony and Volunteer Lawyer Expo at the New York County Lawyer's Association's House of Law on Vesey Street.
On April 30, 2015, Jaime Lathrop lectured on "The Nuts & Bolts of Building Your Practice." Whether you’re joining a small firm or hanging your own shingle, this course will help new and experienced attorneys understand how to develop a practice and what ethical concerns must be considered.
On June 7, 2013, Jaime Lathrop was installed as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Bar Association. Established in 1872, the Brooklyn Bar Association is a 2,000 member strong organization whose primary purpose is to promote professional competence among attorneys and increased respect for the legal system. The Board of Trustees is the main governing body of the Brooklyn Bar Association, responsible for shaping policy and planning decisions for the organization's long term goals and projects
Jaime Lathrop was awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the Brooklyn Bar Association during their 2011 Annual Meeting on May 11th.
On March 30, 2009, Jaime Lathrop began his tenure as the Director of the newly-created Foreclosure Intervention Program administrated through the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyer's Project. Designed to meet an overwhelming need for pro-bono representation for homeowners facing foreclosure within the recently-mandated settlement conferences for high cost and subprime loans originated between 2006 and 2008, Mr. Lathrop has recruited, trained and supervised private attorneys who have volunteered their time and expertise to negotiate workouts and mortgage modifications for Brooklyn homeowners sued in foreclosure.
In recognition of National Pro Bono Celebration Week, on November 1, 2011, the NYS Courts Access to Justice Program, along with the New York County Lawyers' Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the Office of the Mayor of the City of New York held a pro bono awards ceremony to honor our outstanding dedicated volunteer attorneys for their pro bono service. Congratulations to Jaime Lathrop, Mary A. Callaghan, Thomas Jeffrey Giles, Michael Adrian Valentine, Kimon C. Thermos and Daniel Remine for their outstanding work and dedicated service in the Housing Court Guardian Ad Litem Program!
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The "super team" of the Brooklyn Volunteer Lawyers Project Pro-Bono Foreclosure Panel took a brief break from their labors in the courts to relax and be honored this week. They’ve stood out among the roughly 80 attorneys who volunteer their time at the foreclosure panel by going above and beyond the call of duty as volunteers.