AV-Rated Law Firm in Towson, MD

Cohn, Goldberg & Deutsch, LLC, originated in 1985 as Cohn & Goldberg, and merged with the Law Offices of Ronald S. Deutsch in 1998. The firm is A-V rated, was admitted to the USFN in 1994 and currently represents numerous lenders, loan servicing and conveyance companies. It has been given the USFN Award of Excellence in each year of its membership, reaffirming the firm’s tradition of leadership and legal innovation. The firm is also a member of the American Legal and Financial Network (ALFN), Legal League 100, REOMAC, Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) and National Creditors Bar Association (NARCA).

The firm has made exciting strides in recent years by introducing cutting-edge technologies that improve our customer service, time frames, and costs experienced by our clients. We believe this is our key competitive advantage for the future.

The firm’s practice groups are Foreclosures, Bankruptcy, Evictions, Litigation, and Unsecured Collections.

Since the firm's inception, its members have consistently combined aggressive advocacy with creative, innovative and practical approaches to solving problems and achieving goals. The firm has spearheaded new theories in law to protect the interests of its clients, as evidenced by published decisions and articles.

Cohn, Goldberg & Deutsch, LLC has been given the USFN Award of Excellence in each year of its membership, reaffirming the firm’s tradition of leadership and legal innovation.

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THE SOLAR FORECLOSURE FIXATION

By:  Ronald S. Deutsch Cohn, Goldberg & Deutsch Towson, MD With the torrid pace of solar energy equipment installations, it has become more common to experience legal and practical issues resulting from the financing of such equipment. Such installations and financing have increased by nearly 500% in the last several years, with homeowners taking advantage…

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I Can Name That Tune in One (Lost) Note

By: Ronald S. Deutsch, Esq. and Richard Solomon, Esq. Cohn, Goldberg & Deutsch, LLC USFN Member (DC, MD) Somewhere out there, lost notes occupy a forgotten drawer and outnumber the inventory of songs. What effect does this have on the foreclosure process? Rule 14-207(b)(3) of the Maryland Rules of Procedure provides that in an action…

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