Foreclosure defense attorney Peter Ticktin has told the Florida Bar that he has not done anything wrong by signing agreements that give him the right to take on mortgages on his client’s houses if he wins their foreclosure cases.

The Bar launched an investigation of Ticktin after the New York Times reported earlier this month that his firm, the Ticktin Law Group, was obtaining second mortgages as payment from
homeowners fighting foreclosure lawsuits.

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