David Endres got a slap on the wrist from the State Bar. Well, after all, he was just evicting tenants in violation of the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (PTFA) which, in many states, provides what few rights tenants in foreclosed properties have. To wit, today's example from the stunningly unprogressive state of North Carolina. Here we find an elderly tenant who has lived in a now foreclosed duplex for the past 30 years, and has a lease running to March 2014. He received a 10-days' notice to vacate, which is legal under North Carolina law, but which violates the PTFA. Luckily the tenant has legal help and has stopped the eviction for now, although the foreclosing lender can still appeal.
The new firm is TFLG LLC in Davis. Perhaps we should start a nationwide campaign to report him to every State Bar in the land.