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McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce Expands, Welcomes Former Buckley Madole Shareholders

McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC, a multistate law firm that handles “a full range of regulatory compliance issues, legislative issues, residential and commercial foreclosures, retail closings, commercial transactions, commercial litigation, bankruptcies, evictions, and related litigation matters for many of the nation’s largest financial institutions,” announced Monday morning that it had acquired the regional offices of Buckley Madole in several states.

The acquisition includes regional offices in the states of California, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Jersey, and New York. McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC will continue to go by the same name, but former Buckley Madole shareholders Larry Buckley, Luke Madole, Michael Gonzales, Rich Haber, Anthony Risalvato, and Adam Womack have joined MRLP as partners.

Larry Buckley, “an attorney licensed in California, Texas, Arizona, and Colorado, with over 40 years of default and financial services litigation experience,” released the following statement: “My fellow senior partners and I are very excited to join the MRLP family. The combination of legal talent, key geographic locations, leadership, and strategic direction will allow the firm to expand its ability to provide legal services to its clients in the financial services space.”

Marty Stone, Managing Partner at McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, said, “2017 was an exciting year for MRLP, and we are thrilled to end it with this expansion.”

According to the press release, MRLP “will continue to focus on residential and commercial real estate services including foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, commercial origination and workout transactions, complex litigation, title curative litigation, title insurance (abstracts and claims defense), defensive litigation, and closing services (REO, retail, and commercial).”

The acquisition adds new offices for MRLP in Iselin, New Jersey; New York City, New York; Long Beach, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Tampa, Florida.