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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Law Firm of the Year||Maryland Volunteer Legal Service||2012|
|Partner||Grossbart, Portney and Rosenberg, PA||1997 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor-Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic||University Of Maryland School Of Law||2016 - 2017|
|Associate Attorney||Law Office of Buettner and Cooper, P.A.||1986 - 1997|
|Criminal Attorney||Office of the Public Defender for Baltimore County||1986 - 1989|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Bankruptcy Bar Association for the District of Maryland||Member||2005 - Present|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Member||1986 - Present|
|Bankruptcy Bar Association||Executive Council||2011 - 2013|
|Maryland Trial Lawyers Association||Member||1986 - 1997|
|In re Raskin Case No.: 11-27484||Mr. Raskin is able to avoid the Susquehanna Lien on his undivided interest in the marital home.|
|In re: Griffin 12-19863||The Court found that the "Reverse Mortgage" could be modified under the chapter 13 plan and allowed Mr. Griffing to modify the mortgage and pay it off through the chapter 13 plan.|
|Thomas v. Litton Loan Servicing, LP AW-10-373||Judge Williams of the U.S. District Court reversed the bankruptcy Judge's ruling. The bankruptcy Judge subsequently approved the Motion to Avoid the Second Mortgage and turn it into unsecured debt.|
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|Dundalk Eagle||Debt Worries Not Just A Financial But An Emotional Issue||2013|
|Dundalk Eagle||"Underwater" Mortgages Remain An Issue||2013|
|Dundalk Eagle||Options, Limits In Addressing Student Loan Debt||2013|
|Dundalk Eagle||Mortgage Companies Suing Homeowners||2013|
|University of Baltimore School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1986|
|George Washington University||Special Education||MA - Masters||1978|
|University of Maryland, College Park||Secondary Education||BS - Bachelor of Science||1972|
|Annual Spring Forum||Recent Consumer Cases||2016|
|Consumer Bankruptcy Bar-Brown Bag Lunch||Avoid Judgment Using Homestead Exemption||2014|
|Bankruptcy & Foreclosure in Maryland Training||How to Prepare Means Test-Chapter 13 & 7||2014|
|Annual Spring Forum||Conflicts When Representing Married Couple In Bankruptcy||2014|
|Annual Spring Forum||Ethical Issues Regarding Retainer Fees||2014|
|Professional Seminar||Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy: Line-by-Line Workshop||2013|
|Bankruptcy Bar Association Spring Forum||Ethical Considerations in Marketing a Bankruptcy Practice||2012|
|Judicial Forum||What Judges and Trustees Want You To Know||2010|
Posted by Lawrence
David professionally handled our Chapter 13 from start to finish. His responsiveness and knowledge thru out the entire process was exceptional. Without a doubt he is the best of the best. We could not have chosen a better attorney!! We would highly recommend him to anyone needing legal services.
Posted by anonymous
I had a very complicated case with my personal bankruptcy because my main business went bankrupt and additionally I owned other companies that i wanted to remain in good standing. David and his team took care of our business bankruptcy proceedings, my personal bankruptcy filing and his team helped me sort through this mess and made sure that my other business were not affected in a negative way. would highly recommend for a personal and business needs.
Posted by Anna
Mr. Portney is excellent at his job. He is thorough, precise and explains any process with detail. I truly believe he loves the law and is there to offer guidance to his clients.
Always the professional and I would highly recommend him to anyone in need of legal counsel.