Jeff D. Rogers, Esq.
Jeff Rogers concentrates his practice in the area of creditor representation, including collections, commercial litigation, real property litigation, foreclosure, collateral recovery, bankruptcy, and creditor defense. His clients include banks, credit unions, commercial lenders, finance companies, and businesses of all sizes.
Jeff is a frequent lecturer at Continuing Legal Education seminars in the areas of Residential and Commercial Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Collections, and Judgment Enforcement. He has lectured at seminars by various CLE providers, including Lorman Education Services and The National Business Institute. In addition, Jeff has made presentations to various community and civic clubs and has been a speaker at such events as The North Carolina Assistance Clerks of Court Conference.
Areas of Practice:
- Commercial Creditor Bankruptcy
- Creditors’ Rights and Collections
- North Carolina State Bar
- U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, Western District of North Carolina
- The Cherokee Supreme Court of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
- J.D., Campbell University School of Law, 1987
- B.A., University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 1984
- North Carolina Bar Association; Lawyers in the Schools Committee
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- Consumer Bankers Association
- North Durham Rotary Club, Member; President, 2007-2008; Past President, 2000-2001; Director, 2002-Present; Community Service Chair, 2003-Present; Paul Harris Fellow, 2004, 2009
- University of North Carolina at Wilmington Alumni Association, Member
- What You Need to Know About NC’s Home Protection Pilot Program, Legal Insights, October 2005
- First Lien Recorded May Not Always Win, Legal Insights, January 2007
- Mortgage Foreclosure in North Carolina, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education Manuscript
- Issues in Commercial Mortgage Foreclosures in North Carolina, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education Manuscript