Jefferson Innovation Engagement Speaker Series: Legal Challenges of Early Stage Start-ups, Thomas Jefferson University, November 23, 2015 (View Details)
Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship: A Survey of Basic Start-Up Issues, Jenkins Law Library, October 2015 (View Details)
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Defending Homeowner’s Rights in the Court of Common Pleas
Carolyn Hochstadter is featured with the former Judge Annette Rizzo in a video defending a homeowner in the Court of Common Pleas as part of Philadelphia's Mortgage Foreclosure Conciliation Program. The goal of this program is for homeowners and lenders to work together through a mediation process to avoid foreclosure and maintain their respective homes and loans through modification of the loan terms and/or alternative creative solutions. The process provides the homeowner with a pro bono team of professionals, consisting of a housing counselor and an attorney. These individuals work together with the lender and collaborate to achieve a win-win solution for all parties. The program has served as a model for other Foreclosure Mediation programs, including those in New Jersey and New York.