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Rogers Towers, P.A. 

Size of Organization: 81
Year Established: 1905
Web Site: http://www.rtlaw.com

Telephone: 904-398-3911
Facsimile: 904-396-0663



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Rogers Towers has the depth, the breadth, and the conviction it takes to manage even your most complex legal matters with efficiency, professionalism and inexhaustible attention to detail. It's simply what we do.

The firm's clients include Fortune 500 companies, banking and financial institutions, small and growing businesses, local governments, developers, not-for-profit organizations, investor- and municipally-owned companies and other local interests.



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Bankruptcy Trustee Lacks Standing to Bring Derivative Claim Against Bank’s Directors After Bank’s Closure and Receivership by FDIC
Scott St. Amand, October 8, 2014
In April of 2010, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency closed First National Bank Myrtle Beach, S.C., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Beach First National Bancshares, a bank holding company, and named the FDIC as its receiver. As a consequence of the bank’s failure, Bancshares filed for...

Creditors Beware: Married Couples Claiming Homestead Protection on Two Residences May Avoid a Forced Sale
Karl Gruss,Edward Lee Kelly, October 8, 2014
Florida’s homestead exemption protects a married couple’s primary residence from forced sale to satisfy a judgment lien, but what happens when spouses retain two properties as their individual primary residences, claiming homestead protection on each? The answer comes down to whether...

Holding a Deed in Lieu in Escrow
Heather Sue Nason,Jonathan R. Sacks, October 8, 2014
To avoid foreclosure, a borrower might agree to execute a deed in lieu of foreclosure to be held in escrow. In these circumstances, the borrower would execute a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure to the mortgaged property in favor of the lender. The deed would be held by the lender or other third party in...






 

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