2022 Sheriff Civil Process Critical Issues Workshop - October 2022

Oct 12, 2022 09:00am -
Oct 12, 2022 03:00pm
(GMT-6)

Event Type: MSA Training
Category: MSA Training

Speaker Information

Rod Nelson

Retired Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Captain of Civil Division and current Director of LETC, LLC

A history of mortgage foreclosure and real estate  legislation before and after Kipp v. Sweno, 638 N.W. 2d 259 (Minn. 2004)

 

 

Bev Lowe

Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office

Kevin Dunlevy

Attorney at Law

Beisel & Dunlevy, P.A.

 

 

 

On our legislative committee, Bev Lowe and her county attorney Chuck Salter took the lead because of the large volume of foreclosures and the many, varied, troublesome issues encountered including holding millions of dollars in overages. She will address our initial legislative proposals and Kevin will address the present language after input from a variety of interested parties including his real estate group at the MSBA.

 

 

 

Lawrence McDonough

Senior Minnesota Counsel National Anti-Eviction Project of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law

 

 

 

With over 30 years of experience in the landlord-tenant area, Larry was hired to lead the national eviction project.   Over the years, he has spent countless hours at the Minnesota Legislature changing the laws in this area.  He will discuss legislative changes that will assist Sheriffs when carrying out their civil process duties.

 

Eric Cook

Attorney at Law

Wilford, Geske, and Cook Law Firm

 

 

What is the status of the mortgage foreclosure process now that the moratoriums have ended.

 

George Warner

Attorney at Law

Warner Law, LLC

 

 

Collecting judgments after the moratorium. George will discuss interesting and complicated collections he has been involved in all over Minnesota.