USFN

AcronymDefinition
USFN[not an acronym] (formerly United States Foreclosure Network)
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The Abramoff clients who financed the USFN had contact with DeLay on trips, two of which included Abramoff.
The USFN board plans to review Clinton's action points this fall, and Nielsen anticipates that the association will incorporate them into its strategic plan and establish go is for their implementation.
His work in helping to create USFN is just another example of how Dykema is a uniqe blend of organizer, businessman, networking pro, advocate, fundraiser and just all-around get-things-done type of person.
"Q&A with USFN's Hultman," by Janet Reilley Hewitt, August, p.
USFN is the official name of that organization and its members have been watching the whole thing unfold--in courtrooms, city halls and statehouses across the country.
Q: How long have you been with USFN and what did you do before joining the organization?
I came to USFN with an understanding of how organizations--even competitors--can, and should, work together to achieve a common goal.
Alberta Hultman is executive director arid chief executive officer of USFN in Orange, California, a national not-for-profit association of select attorneys, trustee companies and associates providing comprehensive default services to the mortgage banking industry.
2012]) and a member of the USFN. He can be reached at b.bergman[R]bhpp.com
March 14-16 USFN Loan Management & Servicing Seminar, Lajolla,
But attorney Lee Perres, managing attorney in the Bannockburn, Illinois, office of Fisher and Shapiro LLC, argued in a USFN e-Update online newsletter that this change still would not protect mortgagees from claims of improper or negligent actions and trespass.