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ALAW names three new leaders

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ALAW, a legal firm for the mortgage banking industry, named industry veteran Clay Cornett to lead the firm’s sales and business development efforts as executive vice president of sales and its related technology entities.

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Cornett most recently served as executive vice president of sales for ServiceLink and brings more than 30 years of experienPMce.

Christina Liepold (pictured left) and Michael Barron (pictured right) also join the company as partners, bringing at least 20 years of combined experience.

Liepold brings a wealth of mortgage banking industry experience, including holding positions at Goldman Sachs and Avelo Mortgage.

Meanwhile, Barron is responsible for ALAW’s west coast legal operations and brings knowledge of operational experience in the oversight of both regional and national foreclosure and trustee companies.

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