KIM GILBERT EBRON WINS AN IMPORTANT NEVADA SUPREME COURT DECISION:

Saticoy Bay LLC Series 350 Durango 104 v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, a Division of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., 133 Nev. Adv. Op. 5, ___ P3d __ (Nev. Jan.26, 2017) (attached). On September 8, 2016, Jacqueline A. Gilbert, Esq. of KIM GILBERT EBRON argued this case in front of the en banc court on behalf of Saticoy Bay LLC. On January 26, 2017,  the Nevada Supreme Court issued an opinion in favor of Saticoy Bay.  In doing so, the Nevada Supreme…

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Howard Kim & Associates is now Kim Gilbert Ebron

Jacqueline A. Gilbert and Diana Cline Ebron have joined Howard C. Kim as named members of Kim Gilbert Ebron fka Howard Kim & Associates. These three attorneys, together with their excellent team of associates, paralegals, and staff, have helped define HOA lien law in Nevada and built one of the premier law firms representing third-party purchasers at HOA foreclosure auctions. They also have a wide variety of experience in the areas of business litigation, bankruptcy law, and appellate representation.

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Howard Kim & Associates Attorneys to Speak at Las Vegas Housing Outlook 2014

Media Contact: Savannah McBride @702.965.1617 savannah@trospercommunications.com Discussing Supreme Court Ruling Regarding HOA’s and Super Priority Liens   (Las Vegas, Nev.) – Diana S. Cline, Esq. and Jacqueline A. Gilbert, Esq. of Howard Kim & Associates, will be speaking at the annual Las Vegas Housing Outlook 2014 on Friday, October, 24, 2014 at the Springs Preserve. This is a signature event hosted by the Home Builders Research, Inc. to inform and update the industry on the Las Vegas housing market and…

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Howard Kim and Associates Wins Landmark Decision

CLICK HERE to download a copy of the Opinion The case was between SFR Investments Pool 1, LLC (“SFR”) a Nevada company and U.S. Bank, N.A. The owners of a house in Souther Highlands fell behind on their homeowners association (HOA) dues and mortgage. The owners eventually filed for bankruptcy, relinquished the property, and moved out, leaving the property vacant. For four years, U.S. Bank made no attempt to pay the HOA even though it was aware its borrowers were…

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