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RoboSigning Whistleblower Awarded $18M

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RoboSigning Whistleblower Awarded $18M

Consuer Protection Attorney Lynn Szymoniak, who found herself, at the heart of the Robosigning scandel when her home came under foreclsoure will be paid $18 Million of the $25 Billion Multi-State Foreclsoure Settlement.  Szymoniak was extensively featured in a 60 Minutes story on Robosigning, has used her experience to help others facing foreclousure and to educate the country about the crisis.   Below is the story from Bloomburg Businessweek which describes the Foreclosure Settlement Agreement that was ...

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Class Action Lawsuits – Should You Join?

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Class Action Lawsuits – Should You Join?

Let’s say a drug you were taking caused a certain type of problem. A serious-looking man appears on TV says that, if you took it, you may be entitled to some money. An 800-number appears and you’re told to call today. Do you call? If you do, what comes next?

First, what is a class action suit? A group of people – the “class” – have the same or similar claims of loss, damage or harm from using a service (like ...

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False Document Class Action Filed Against Chase Bank

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False Document Class Action Filed Against Chase Bank

A story first reported on lawyers.com details a just filled class action against JP Morgan Chase for allegedly filing false documents with Bankruptcy Courts arround the country.  This case, filed in California, calls into question the documentation attached proofs of claim, motions for relief from stay and other Motions filed in Bankruptcy cases under Chapter 7, 11, and 13.

The story by Keith Ecker was published on yesterday and is available by clicking here.  For More information on Continue Reading →

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Why Aren’t Bankers Going to Jail?

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Why Aren’t Bankers Going to Jail?

Almost 4 years have passed and the bankers and managers who set the stage for economic collapse have yet to be prosecuted by the states or the Feds. As featured in a Reuters Story on last week,  the burden is being lifted by lawyers and judges in bankruptcy and foreclosure courts around the nation. At the same time Attorney General Holder and the majority state AG’s have done nothing to protect the rule of law.

Linda Tirelli is the ...

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