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Rubin Lublin Hires New Title Attorney

The Atlanta-based real estate default law firm of ""Rubin Lublin, LLC"":http://www.RubinLublin.com has announced the hiring of Erica Malcom. Malcom will join the firm as an associate attorney working within the title department.
Managing Partner Glen Rubin, commented, ""Erica makes a strong addition to Rubin Lublin. It is exciting to see the firm grow and have such talented staff. Erica has a strong eye for detail and knows the title industry inside and out.""
As an associate attorney in the title department, Malcom’s primary focus will be pre-title research and curative procedures for Georgia and Tennessee. She will review and clear title matters for clients, as well as assist in the pre-sale department, building upon her foreclosure law background.
Prior to joining Rubin Lublin, Malcom was counsel for Johnson & Freedman, LLC and a title examiner for Morris, Schneider, Prior, Johnson & Freedman, LLC. Malcom earned her Bachelor of Science in education from The University of Georgia, cum laude, and her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University College of Law.
Founded in 2009, ""Rubin Lublin, LLC"":http://www.RubinLublin.com serves the states of Georgia and Tennessee. The firm says its partners and attorneys are considered ""go to"" persons in the real estate finance industry, providing a full range of real estate legal services to its mortgage banking clientele.

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