Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey is a partner at Coffey Burlington, whose state-wide practice includes complex litigation at the trial and appellate levels. He has authored numerous legal works ranging from “The Due Process Right to Seek Asylum” in the Yale Law and Policy Review to the recently published treatise “Foreclosures in Florida.” As the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, he headed one of the largest federal prosecution offices in the country. Mr. Coffey received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Florida.


Foreclosure Jurisprudence in Florida after the Real Estate Collapse
Friday, June 24, 2011 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., 407-586-2000
Sponsored by: The Florida Bar and Lexis/Nexis
Featured Speaker: Kendall Coffey

Tuesday, March 8, National Business Institute, 800-930-6182
The latest developments in Florida foreclosure jurisprudence as cases continue to flood the legal system.
Featured speaker: Kendall Coffey

ONE-DAY SEMINAR - Legal Issues in Real Estate Foreclosure, Protect Your Client's Rights During Foreclosures, Ft. Lauderdale, October 12, 2010, NBI (National Business Institute) CALL 800-930-6182 or | CLE 7.0 (pending)




Foreclosures in Florida, by Kendall Coffey

Available through LexisNexis

With an unprecedented floodtide of foreclosures sweeping across the state, Foreclosures In Florida, 2nd Edition, is the go-to guide for anyone dealing with foreclosure issues. It provides an up-to-date, timely and comprehensive treatment essential for readers ranging from seasoned attorneys to lenders, borrowers and developers facing litigation. This “how-to” book examines the practical considerations, legal principles and the hundreds of Florida court decisions that govern foreclosures, and provides result-oriented strategies for work-outs as well as litigation. Read more ...

Foreclosures in Florida 2011 Supplement now available on CD

"The foreclosure crisis continues...

The foreclosure crisis for Florida and the nation has continued as a floodtide of sub-prime loans and unprecedented speculation in real estate combined to create a calamitous wave of home purchases that buyers could not afford and mortgages that borrowers could not pay...

Beginning in 2006, the number of foreclosures, including default notices, auction sales and bank repossessions, skyrocketed to more than 1.3 million nationally in 2006 and 2.2 million a year later, including 1.5 million home foreclosure suits that were filed in 2007. From December, 2007 to mid-2010, another 2.3 million homes fell into foreclosure. One expert recently estimated that 8 million homeowners are behind on their mortgages and some 6 million would likely lose their homes within two years, pushing homeownership in the U.S. to its lowest level in 50 years. These financial storms hit Florida with the financial force of a category five hurricane. "

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Mortgage Fraud and the Law Enforcement Challenge, by Kendall Coffey, The Daily Business Review

Florida Law Provides for Agents to Sue on Behalf of Real Parties in Interest, by Kendall Coffey