Stephen Saler is principal and co-founder of Langdon Title Agency; Previously an attorney at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP
March 25, 2013 - New York City
Prior to founding Langdon Title with Jonathan Heimowitz, Saler worked as an attorney at the international law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP. There, he represented acquirers, targets, buyout groups, investment banks and shareholder groups in complex domestic and international transactions. Saler was also involved in the Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual bankruptcy filings, the two largest bankruptcy filings in U.S. history, and he served as an advisor for General Growth Properties, while the company filed for the largest real estate bankruptcy since 1980.
Since 2011, Saler has served as a guest lecturer at the Brooklyn Law School, teaching the practical and legal aspects of title insurance to the Real Estate Practice class. He is the author of "Title Companies Must Collect Sales Tax: How it Works, Are Attorneys Next?" published in the New York Law Journal. He is also a frequent presenter to commercial and residential lenders, funds and developers on a complete range of topics regarding title insurance.
Langdon Title is dedicated to protecting real estate property purchasers and lenders from any problems that may affect title ownership. Using the most innovative technology, Langdon Title offers a full range of title insurance and related professional services for residential and commercial transactions.
The Agency has expert staff available to clients through customized solutions that satisfy their real estate needs, while remaining committed to the principles of quality, efficiency and client satisfaction. By focusing on cultivating strong client relationships, The Agency has consistently delivered exceptional service and outstanding results.