Kathleen Nitschke co-authors article for Cleveland Metro Bar Association Journal
Perez Morris attorney Kathleen Nitschke discusses the expansion of the “safe at home” program and what it means for lawyers when protecting the confidentiality of victims in real estate transactions. Kathleen delves into the “safe at home” program policies, as well as what lawyers should keep in mind during this transition.
“Attorneys also need to adjust their approach to litigation with a Program participant, particularly in the context of real estate actions. Attention needs to be given to parties named in a Complaint and information contained in preliminary and final judicial reports to prevent negligent disclosure of the Program participant’s information.”
Read more here (pages 20-21).