Mr. Weisman from 2007-2017 was selected to write the Missouri Practice Chapter 11 foreclosure section for the Missouri Bar. He extensively writes and lectures on a variety of topic. Some of the topics include: “The Missouri Foreclosure Process”, “Ethical Considerations When Dealing with Distressed Property”, “Lender Liability Issues”, Title Defects and Resolutions”, “Forbearance Agreements-their structure and other important provisions”, “Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure procedures”, “Foreclosures and Bankruptcy Law”, “Title Issues with a Deed of Trust”, “Impact of Bankruptcy on Liens and Real Estate Titles”, “Updates in the mortgage industry”, “The No Money Down fallacy”, “Missouri Real Estate Financing Liens”, “The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act”, “Landlord-Tenant Rights”, “The nuts and bolts of Rent and Possession lawsuits”.
Mr. Weisman is currently appointed by the Missouri Supreme Court to serve as a member of the State of Missouri Disciplinary Committee as a disciplinary hearing officer through 2019. The role of the committee is to investigate the facts regarding an ethics complaint and determine whether “there is probable cause to believe that the individual under investigation is guilty of professional conduct”. The Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel is an agency of the Missouri Supreme Court and is responsible for investigating allegations of misconduct by lawyers.
Mr. Weisman is a member of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and the City Neighborhood Committee with the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. Part of the committee’s mission is to make suggestions and propose drafts to the General Assembly of the State of Missouri on issues facing neighborhoods in St. Louis City.
Mr. Weisman has been approved by the Missouri Bar and the United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, to be on the list of mediators to handle mediation and other civil dispute resolution matters.