Rachel G. Packer currently represents lenders and financial institutions in a... more
Rachel G. Packer currently represents lenders and financial institutions in a variety of consumer finance litigation matters. As a member of the consumer financial services team, she regularly handles disputes arising under TILA, RESPA, FCRA, FDCPA, and a variety of other state and federal statutes. Ms. Packer is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York, and the District of Columbia, ... view profile
Jennifer Polovetsky, Esq. is an experienced eminent domain and real estate... more
Jennifer Polovetsky, Esq. is an experienced eminent domain and real estate practitioner who has practiced in both the public and private sectors since beginning her legal career over a decade ago at the New York City Law Department, Tax Condemnation (a/k/a Eminent Domain) Division. Jennifer Polovetsky has been in private practice since 2003. In 2010, Jennifer Polovetsky founded the "Law Of... view profile
Bates College, B.A., 1994, American History Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2002 Brooklyn... more
Bates College, B.A., 1994, American History Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2002 Brooklyn Law School Law Review - Notes & Comments Editor Admitted New York, 2003 Connecticut, 2004 Federal Courts of the Eastern District of New York, 2004 Member, Pro Bono Panel for Civil Matters 2004 - present Federal District Court of the Eastern District of New York Volunteer Attorney, Resour... view profile
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