Ep 26: Paul Bugoni, Esq. talks about title insurance and current legislative real estate developments.
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Our guest on this 26th episode is Paul Bugoni, Esq., Senior Underwriting Counsel for WFG National Title Insurance Company. Paul, a New York City native, earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from C.W. Post College of Long Island University and his Juris Doctorate from Quinnipiac University School of Law. Prior to his position as in-house Counsel with WFG, Paul acted as Agency Counsel at Stewart Title Insurance Company, and was previously in private practice handling both real estate litigation and transactional work. Paul is a member of the NYS Bar Association, serves on the New York State Land Title Association Law and Forms Committee, and is a member of the Real Property Law Section Committee on Title Insurance.
Paul Bugoni, Esq.’s contact information is:
Paul Bugoni, VP, Senior Underwriting Counsel
WFG National Title Insurance Company
489 Fifth Avenue, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10017
Cell: 347 466 2675 | Office: 212 364 6880
Welcome to the podcast, Paul!
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