Bill Sauerwein successfully represented numerous homeowners at a trial concerning the validity of subdivision restrictions that imposed obligations on homeowners to pay dues to a privately owned country club.
Sauerwein Simon & Hein P.C. congratulates Grant Mabie on his selection to the Missouri & Kansas 2014 Rising Stars list. Grant has been named one of Missouri’s top young lawyers in Real Estate by Super Lawyers®. Super Lawyers is an annual list of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and […]
The Southern District of Missouri Court of Appeals issued its opinion in favor of Bill Sauerwein’s client, Treadwell Enterprises, Inc., in a case filed originally in Greene County, Missouri – The Bank of Missouri vs. South Creek Properties, LLC, et. al. There, former owners of property sought to unwind a foreclosure and sale of property to […]
In a case of first impression in Illinois, the Appellate Court for the Second District of Illinois has determined that a mortgage made by an entity lacking authorization to conduct business under the Residential Mortgage License Act (205 ILCS 635/1-1 et seq.) is void as against public policy. First Mortgage Company, LLC v. Daniel Dina […]
On behalf of a commercial real estate development company and one of its members, Paul Simon, Jr. and Adam Stockberger successfully negotiated the Missouri Attorney General’s voluntary dismissal of claims to recover $2.8 million in state tax credits and to pierce the corporate veil of the developer in an attempt to impose individual liability on […]
Sauerwein Simon & Hein P.C. was named in the most recent St. Louis Business Journal as a “Firm to Watch”.
Sarah Holdener aided her clients with the purchase of a condominium unit and parking space in the City of Chicago.
In First Am. Title Ins. Co. v. Speisman (In re Speisman), 2013 Bankr. LEXIS 2967; 2013 WL 3779366 (U.S. Bankr. N.D. IL, July 19, 2013), the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois recently denied a debtor’s motion to dismiss the adversary complaint of a title insurance underwriter that alleged it had been required to […]
Illinois recently amended Section 720 ILCS 5/32-13 of the Illinois Criminal Code to create a felony level offense resulting from the creation of a cloud on title that either (a) has a value in excess of $10,000, or (b) results from a second or subsequent offense, due to the recording or filing of a document […]
A judgment obtained by Bill Sauerwein and Trent Bond on behalf of a group of homeowners has been affirmed by the Missouri Court of Appeals. In issuing its lengthy opinion, the court of appeals held that correction of the homeowners’ vesting deeds was permitted and proper, even to the detriment of a mechanics’ lien judgment creditor whose sought to attach […]
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