April 30 to May 1, 2011 – in Phoenix, Arizona

Venue is to be determined



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This is a two-day seminar on litigation and negotiation of residential loans that are claimed to be securitized.  Early registration is advised.

Cost: $1,995.00

Early Bird $1,595.00

Non-lawyers will be allowed admission only if they are knowledgeable professionals.  Cost includes written materials and lunch.

1st day 8:30am-4:30pm

2nd day 8:30am-4:30pm, including 2 hour panel discussion

1st day participants are invited to informal cocktails and further discussion between 5-7pm

CLE credits in most states will be 15 total credits including 3 credits for ethics.


1. Neil Garfield

Neil F. Garfield, M.B.A., J.D., 61, is the winner of dozens of academic awards, a popular speaker, and author of technical treatises on law and economics. He has come out of retirement with a bang and financial institutions should take note. He knows them from the inside-out, who the deciders are, and how they arrived at a catastrophic scheme to defraud people, agencies, institutions and governments all over the world.

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2. Jon B. Lindeman, Jr.

Jon B. Lindeman, Jr., B.A., J.D., will be primarily speaking on discovery issues.  Mr. Lindeman is licensed in Florida and admitted to practice in the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida.  He is the Managing General Partner, and owner, of a five member boutique Firm which focuses its practice on civil litigation in the areas of foreclosure defense, probate, other real property matters, general civil litigation, and consumer advocacy related issues.  Mr. Lindeman began his practice as a prosecutor for the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office in Miami, FL, where he focused his practice on prosecuting felony domestic violence cases.  His civil practice has also provided him the opportunity to participate in the successful resolution of cases involving large corporations such as Progressive Insurance, Boat U.S., and Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund.  Mr. Lindeman is also an eight year veteran of the United States Navy and Naval Reserve.  He has been an Adjunct Professor with Jones College, teaching courses in their legal studies department, including, but not limited to: Civil Procedure; Criminal Procedure; Legal Research and Writing; and Business Organizations.  Mr. Lindeman is a graduate of various programs offered by Neil F. Garfield in the areas of foreclosure defense and securitization, as well as various programs offered by O. Max Gardner in the areas of bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, and securitization.  He also has a weekly radio program on WFTL 850 am in Fort Lauderdale, FL, which focuses on issues related to home loan modification, foreclosure defense, short-sales, deed-in-lieu, securitization and bankruptcy.  The predominate area of practice Mr. Lindeman and his Firm focuses on currently is representing homeowners against banks and servicers in foreclosure defense and home loan modification cases.

For more information on Jon Lindeman, Jr. visit his website at

3. Alex Goldovsky

CEO and founder of ProTitleUSA, a leader in online Nationwide Title Search Market, servicing FDIC and others in loan auctions, a pioneer in Loan Securitization Search techniques.

For more information on Alex Goldovsky visit his website at

4. James Macklin

Owner of Secure Document Research providing Securitization Research and Analysis.  While working briefly within the securities industry, Mr Macklin has been focused on the study of economics and macro-economics for over fifteen years, gathering professional insight into Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Financial Accounting Standards, business ethics, securitization and the effects of “Control Fraud”  (William Black, Professor; U.M.K.C.,) on market analysis.  Mr. Macklin is now committed to the education, en mass, of the legal industry as a tool for the protection of rights of the under-sophisticated investing and borrowing public at large.  James Macklin has over 5,000 hours of research into Securitization.

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5. Daniel Edstrom

 President of DTC Systems, Inc, having been in Information Technology for the last 18 years as a Systems Architect and Software Architect.  The transformation of complex business requirements to complex Wall Street Engineering was an easy one. Securitization Expert, Daniel Edstrom analyzes complex financial engineering securitization transactions as well as providing a failure analysis, with well over 4,000 hours of research into Securitization.  Besides working for his own company, Daniel is a Senior Securitization Analyst for Luminaq.

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* Alex Goldovsky, James Macklin and Daniel Edstrom are not attorneys.

THIS WORKSHOP AND/OR ANY MATERIALS DISTRIBUTED AT THE WORKSHOP IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR LEGAL ADVICE FROM LOCAL COUNSEL LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN THE COUNTY AND STATE WHERE THE SUBJECT PROPERTY IS LOCATED. The information presented is for general information for you to understand the current context of foreclosures and to enable you to ask relevant questions of an attorney of your choosing. Any opinions presented here, along with facts, cases, examples or arguments, may not apply to your case. You should consult with local licensed counsel before employing them.


To be determined 

3rd Day Laymen Seminar; Foreclosure Defense “Where do I Start”



Monday May 2, 2011


Cost $295.00 including materials

Early Bird $195.00
 **  Schedule subject to change without notice **

Author: dmedstrom

Reverse Engineering and Failure Analysis - Reverse Engineering Wall Street