Stephen McNally, Esquire
Education: St. Joseph's University, B.S., cum laude; Temple University School of Law, J.D.
Admissions: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Federal Courts.
Practice Areas: Professional Liability; Commercial Litigation; Real Estate; Creditor’s Rights; Title Claim Litigation.
Stephen McNally has extensive experience in land-related litigation and transactions, including Title Claim Litigation. Mr. McNally has been a speaker on title claim issues for New Jersey Land Title Association as well as having served as a panelist on several seminars concerning title insurance coverage and claims. Mr. McNally co-authored the article “Foreclosure Rescue Scams” featured in the Mortgage Press which discusses one of the many unfortunate consequences of the credit foreclosure crisis. See his article in the Winter 2018 Edition of The Advocate titled "The Enforceability of Limitation of Liability Provisions for Title Agents" and his most recent article in the August 2019 Edition of NJ Lawyer Magazine, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and is reprinted here with permission titled "Protecting the Commercial Landlord in a Tenant Bankruptcy". Mr. McNally is also a member of the New Jersey Land Title Association, the Pennsylvania Land Title Association, the Burlington County Bar Association and an Affiliate Member of the Cape May County Association of Realtors.
Additionally, Mr. McNally focuses on the representation of industry professionals, such as architects and engineers. Mr. McNally is well versed on the organization of legal entities and provides counsel to clients about the responsibilities of directors and officers. Mr. McNally is a Rule 1:40 Qualified Mediator included on the roster of Court-appointed mediators in the State of New Jersey.
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