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Southeast Fla. Business Players - December 2010

| 12/1/2010

» David J. Stern, who heads a law firm prominent in bringing foreclosure cases for banks, was replaced as chairman of DJSP Enterprises, the company that processes the firm's paperwork. He continues as CEO and added the title of president. Stern's law firm and two other foreclosure firms are being investigated by Attorney General Bill McCollum's office. Stephen J. Bernstein, the company's lead independent director, replaces Stern as interim chairman of the Plantation-based company. DJSP President and COO Richard Powers resigned along with executive vice president and CFO, Kumar Gursahaney, and general counsel, secretary and vice president, Howard S. Burnston.

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