Ruhi works with Rees Broome’s Community Associations Group, whose aim is to assist community associations in providing services and amenities that preserve the nature and character of the community, protect property values and meet the expectations of the owners. Since joining the firm, she has worked on a number of collections issues and assisting with other general legal issues
Before joining Rees Broome, Ruhi worked with client representatives’ large lending institutions to develop sound litigation strategies for foreclosures, lien disputes, complex title issues and bankruptcy proceedings. During law school, Ruhi was recognized with Honors from the Moot Court Honor Society Executive Board and the Order of Barristers.
• Protection of Tenancy by the Entirety Not Applicable to Federal Restitution Judgments, February 2016
• Bankruptcy Code’s Anti-Modification Protection Extended to Escrow Funds, Insurance Proceeds, and Miscellaneous Proceeds on Debtor’s Principal Residence, February 2017
• D.C. Court of Appeals Issues Spinoff Opinion to Chase Plaza, March 2018
• Panelist, Making a “Statement” in Bankruptcy, March 2018
• Panelist, Challenges in Judicial Foreclosures, March 2017
Membership• Tysons Corner Select Business Team (Founding Member)
•Tysons Corner Select Business Team (Founding Member)
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