CO State's biggest foreclosure law firm fights subpoena for records


CO State’s biggest foreclosure law firm fights subpoena for records

CO State’s biggest foreclosure law firm fights subpoena for records

The Denver Post-

Colorado’s most prolific foreclosure law firm — led by attorney Larry Castle — is the latest to file a lawsuit and formally ask a Denver judge to protect its records from a state investigation into its billing practices.

The Castle Law Group filed its case late Friday in Denver District Court against Attorney General John Suthers to prevent turning over more than 700 e-mails the firm says are protected by attorney-client privilege.

Castle has asked District Judge Kenneth Laff to review the e-mails and about 52 pages of documents in chambers to determine whether they fall under protection from disclosure.

Suthers’ office issued a subpoena to Castle’s firm — once known best as Castle, Meinhold, Stawiarski, and then as Castle Stawiarski — in April seeking thousands of pages of documents in its investigation of attorneys’ billing practices.

The investigation centers on claims that lawyers representing banks and other lenders pad the expenses they’re entitled to recoup, generating profits that investigators say are paid for by homeowners and taxpayers.

[The Denver Post]

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