The Bar levied 17 complaints against Stern during a 5-day hearing last week that ended Friday, a week earlier than scheduled.
Stern went on the witness stand Thursday in an intense, nearly 4-hour questioning session, where he rejected any notion that he be held accountable for flawed and fraudulent documents produced by his employees.
At one point, his firm handled 277,000 foreclosures statewide.
The report will be written by Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Nancy Perez, who was appointed by the Florida Supreme Court as referee in the case. Although the report is due Oct. 28, she could request more time.
Stern remains a member in good standing with the Florida Bar.
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