David C. Nalley Joins Firm
Cincinnati, OH – Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC, a legal services provider to the mortgage banking industry, recently announced the addition of David C. Nalley as Associate Kentucky Counsel in the firm’s foreclosure department.
Before Joining Reisenfeld & Associates, Mr. Nalley was Lead Attorney in the Kentucky office of Clunk, Paisley & Associates, PSC, where he managed the Kentucky foreclosure department.
Prior to that, Mr. Nalley handled general litigation matters, both as a sole practitioner, and as a partner at Murphy, Nalley & Associates. In that capacity, he was called on to handle litigation matters and try cases, not only in Ohio and Kentucky, but was requested by clients to appear specifically on matters in Courts in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Florida, Texas and Georgia.
Mr. Nalley began his legal career in Cincinnati with Mason, Slovin & Schilling, where he handled creditors’ rights matters, foreclosures and representation of creditors in commercial and consumer bankruptcies. He is licensed to practice in Ohio and Kentucky and is a past officer for the Ohio Creditors’ Attorneys Association.
Mr. Nalley also authored “Turning a Blind Eye: U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Sexual Harassment Standard in School Setting,” and co-authored “The Recent Supreme Court Decision in Strumpf: The Effect on Bank of Rights of Set-Off in Bankruptcy.” He graduated with honors from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and later went on to complete his Juris Doctor from the University of Cincinnati.
About Reisenfeld & Associates:
Founded in 1960, Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC is a full-service creditors’ rights law firm offering end-to-end legal representation to the mortgage, banking and default servicing industries. As designated counsel for Fannie Mae, the firm takes pride in providing unparalleled representation in all counties and federal districts in the states of OH, KY and IN. Reisenfeld & Associates provides a comprehensive legal package of default servicing activities including: bankruptcy, collection, loss mitigation, judicial foreclosures, forbearance agreements, litigation, deed-in-lieu, REO transactions, and evictions. Their services are designed to minimize lead-times while maximizing legal sufficiency and business effectiveness.