Suffolk Law Research Professor Kathleen Engel, a foreclosure expert, is quoted at length in the New York Times article Borrowers, Beware: The Robo-Signers Aren’t Finished Yet. The article reports that in Florida, mortgage finance giant Fannie Mae has hired debt collectors to recoup the difference between what the borrowers owed on the mortgages when they were foreclosed and the amount Fannie received when it resold the properties.

“Sending these cases to debt collectors when the underlying foreclosures involved unlawful robo-signing is unfair and potentially even deceptive,” Engel told the Times. Read the full article.