Bloomfield, NJ is a township located in Essex County. Bloomfield was originally a part of Newark, the land having been bought from the Yantecaw, a sub-tribe of the Lenni-Lenape Indians in 1666. Modern day Bloomfield was incorporated in 1812. Today the community is primarily working class families employed in the various industries along the New Jersey Turnpike. Nestled among the 5.4 square miles of this quiet community are Bloomfield College, the Oakeside Mansion, and the 12 Miles West Theatre Company.
There are numerous qualified Bloomfield lawyers who call the community home. Bloomfield lawyers have experience handling legal issues in the areas of employment, immigration, medical malpractice, real estate, and personal injury, among others.
Bloomfield attorneys recently defended a local company against charges of racketeering and civil fraud. The lawsuit alleged the company worked with others to convince homeowners facing foreclosure to sell their homes to 3rd parties in order to receive equity and eventually buy back the home. This “predatory foreclosure rescue” scheme allowed defendants to allegedly obtain more than $13 million in fraudulent loans and steal more than $3 million worth of equity from homeowners across New Jersey.
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