The troubled Plantation foreclosure firm the Law Offices of David J. Stern and affiliate DJSP Enterprises laid off about 200 employees Thursday on the heels of word it lost major clients Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Stern attorney Jeffrey Tew of Tew Cardenas in Miami said he didn’t know how many attorneys or paralegals were affected. The layoffs were at both the law office and DJSP Enterprises, the publicly traded foreclosure-processing company launched by Stern.

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