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Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP Welcomes Steven Horne to the Firm

Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP, headquartered in North Wales, Pennsylvania, has announced the addition of Steven Horne as Of Counsel. Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP is a multistate law firm focused on mortgage banking and compliance, real estate development, and commercial investing with a well-established expertise in complex litigation. Steven brings over two decades of deep, multifaceted financial service, investor, and regulatory experience to the firm. His successful legal career coupled with his vast industry experience presents the firm with a dynamic opportunity to add strategic value to its client base and operations.

“As the founder of Alta Vista, I have been working with companies to help them grow both organically through client development and strategically through mergers and acquisitions. Joining HOF is a natural complement to that experience,” said Steven Horne.

“We are excited about the broad prospects for success that Steven brings to the firm, and look forward to the growth of our firm’s complex litigation, default servicing and regulatory compliance efforts,” said Partner Stephen M. Hladik.

Steven Horne is an attorney admitted to the bar in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. He received his JD from George Washington University and Bachelor Degrees in Economics and English from Emory University. In the mortgage industry, Steven has been instrumental in the success of four hyper-growth companies. As founder of Wingspan Portfolio Advisors, he partnered with the top financial institutions in the U.S. and garnered many awards including multiple appearances on the Inc. 500, numerous technology awards, and Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist. Previously, he was also a partner with Sherman Financial Group and its servicing affiliate Resurgent Capital Services.During his 9 years there, Sherman emerged as the largest purchaser of distressed assets in the world.

Prior to Sherman, he started MSV which quickly became a major outsourcing partner for Freddie Mac and prior to that he ran Default Servicing during Ocwen's emergence as a dominant player in the mortgage industry in the mid-90s. Additionally, at Fannie Mae, he was director of servicing risk strategy where he restructured the National Servicing Organization and redesigned servicer performance reporting and legal services management. As a Senior Attorney at the Resolution Trust Corporation he provided legal oversight to asset management companies handling complex commercial workouts. Prior to entering the mortgage industry Horne spent several years practicing with a large Washington, D.C. law firm.

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