Brower is Nevada's former U.S. Attorney. He's now a partner at a private law firm paid to represent Lender Processing Services. Nevada's attorney general sued that company for what the state calls the largest case of illegal robo-signing. Brower's fellow attorneys filed a court paper which states robo-signing is not illegal; it is expressly permitted, and is not forgery.


Real estate attorneys say that nine out of 10 homes purchased after foreclosure have problems with their titles. Robo-signing may sound impersonal by its very title, but tens of thousands of Nevadans feel its impact personally.


After the I-Team interview, Greg Brower contacted Channel 8 saying his law firm no longer represents LPS. He says it is "difficult for him to discuss robo-signing in the abstract."

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