Following a judgment of foreclosure and sale in New York Supreme Court and the subsequent sale of the subject property, the borrower attempted to collaterally attack the foreclosure sale by commencing a separate action in the United States District Court alleging violations of various consumer-based federal and New York state statutes, as well as common law claims against the mortgagee and others. We moved to dismiss based on, among other grounds, the court’s lack of jurisdiction pursuant to the Rooker-Feldman doctrine. The Court granted our motion and dismissed the complaint.