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Christopher J. Gulotta, Esq., CIPP
Founding Partner & CEO
Christopher J. Gulotta, Esq., (Fordham Law School ’88), a Co-Founder of the Gulotta Grabiner Law Group, PLLC is a graduate of Fordham Law School. Mr. Gulotta began his legal career in the real estate departments of leading New York City law firms prior to founding Gulotta Grabiner Law Group, PLLC.
Christopher is a member of the American Land Title Association’s Best Practices Task Force, working with industry leaders (Institutional Lenders, National Title Underwriters, etc.), to develop timely and prospective regulatory solutions for title & settlement agents. Mr. Gulotta is a Certified Information Privacy Professional ("CIPP") issued by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. The CIPP credential is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 17024:2112.
Christopher has represented the leading institutional lenders in mortgage finance transactions for nearly 30 years and has been a thought leader in addressing the most essential needs of lenders. He has served on the board of directors and executive board of leading mortgage industry associations and speaks at the leading industry conferences (ALTA, NS3, state land title and bar associations, etc.), on issues critical to the title and settlement industry, including Lender Oversight, industry Best Practices, Data Security Compliance and Lender Liability for their Service Providers.
Christopher has also served as a Continuing Legal Education Faculty Member at Fordham Law School, Pace Law School, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the New York State Bar Association. He has been a featured columnist for and interviewed for articles in: ALTA’s TitleNews, The New York Law Journal, The National Law Journal, The Title Report; The Legal Description; Valuation Review, etc., on topics including: CFPB Compliance, OCC Third Party Service Provider compliance, data security compliance for title and settlement companies; Lender Liability for their Service Providers, privacy law; title escrow funds; RESPA reform; new media and Internet law.