California Attorney General Jerry Brown has obtained a $1.1 million judgment against a Los Angeles attorney accused of bilking 2,000 homeowners seeking foreclosure relief out of thousands of dollars.

Mitchell W. Roth of M.W. Roth PLC in Sherman Oaks, Calif., operated United First Inc., a Nevada company that claimed to provide help to struggling homeowners, according to the attorney general’s office. Roth provided legal services and paired with the company’s president, Paul Noe, who previously was convicted of wire fraud.

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