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Butler & Hosch appoint two new leaders

Michelle Mierzwa and Ed Hill join the firm

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Butler & Hosch added two senior staffers this week. Michelle Mierzwa and Ed Hill (pictured right) were hired to serve as a national managing attorney in California and as the senior vice president of client development, respectively. 

Previously, Mierzwa served as general counsel at Cal-Western and has more than 10 years of experience as a litigation and appellate attorney specializing in the representation of residential finance lenders, servicers, investors and trustees.

In her new role, she is responsible for the company’s compliance with substantially enhanced state and federal laws. Mierzwa also will handle the management and resolution of litigated matters while coordinating compliance audits.

Meanwhile, Hill joins the company with over 30 years of experience in the mortgage banking industry, most recently serving as president of DefaultLink.

As senior vice president of client relations, Hill is responsible for leading and developing a comprehensive client services strategy.

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