A Look at the Martindale-Hubbell Marketing Network

Marc Rovner, an accomplished attorney and graduate of the Boston University School of Law, is a lifelong New York Giants fan and season ticket holder. A resident of East Rockaway, Marc Rovner works professionally as a Continuing Legal Education instructor, in addition to service as general counsel and director of business development at BETA Abstract in Oceanside.

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Over the course of his career, Mr. Rovner has claimed a number of awards through the Martindale-Hubbell legal network. These include the 2017 and 2018 Client Champion Silver Distinction Award in addition to other awards in 2015 and 2016 from other online legal resources within the Martindale-Hubbell network, which attracts more than 23 million visitors on a monthly basis. The network includes the following resources:

*Martindale-Hubbell – This resource has connected clients with attorneys since its founding in 1868 and has built more than 40,000 attorney websites to date.

*Lawyers.Com – A brand that helps clients identify top-quality attorneys via online profiles of individual lawyers and law firms. In addition, Lawyers.com provides a wide range of educational resources and content.

*Avvo – Another resource dedicated to connecting clients with attorneys, Avvo provides an attorney directory on top of profiles, reviews, ratings, an online forum, and other resources.

*Martindale-Nolo – A lead-generation service that draws on an extensive legal marketing network that includes DisabilitySecrets.com, Nolo.com, and AllLaw.com, among others.

*Martindale-Ngage – A support-focused resource that provides around-the-clock chat service for clients visiting law firms’ websites or Lawyer.com attorney profiles.

How Residential Title Insurance Indemnifies Against Risk

Marc Rovner is an East Rockaway, New York-based attorney who works with BETA Abstract LLC, where he informs legal operations at the title insurance business. Among Marc Rovner’s activities in the East Rockaway area is providing continuing legal education in the area of title insurance and real estate law. Attorney Marc Rovner was also recently awarded the 2019 Martindale-Hubbel Client Champion Award for the fifth consecutive year.

As described by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, title insurance is a type of indemnity policy that offers mortgage lenders and home buyers with protection in case unknown defects arise in the property title, during or after a real estate transaction closing. This backward focus is unlike standard policies that look toward future events, such as life or home insurance.

Issues protected against by title insurance include things like outstanding liens and unpaid taxes associated with a prior owner of the property. Another area of protection is encumbrances such as fraud, forgery, omissions in deeds, and record mistakes that can present a challenge to the right of ownership for the new owner.

The complexities inherent in property ownership, over periods extending decades, means that nearly every lender requires that any home buyer taking out a mortgage must purchase a title insurance policy. This policy covers an amount equivalent to the loan and indemnifies both the buyer and lender against risk.