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Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2014
Robert W. Murphy
Banking, Litigation, Pro Bono
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Chapter 1. Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC §1681 et seq.
Chapter 2. Taming the Collection Tempest: A Primer on Federal and State Restraints on Consumer Debt Collection
Chapter 3. Munoz v. Express Auto Sales, 222 Cal.App.4th Supp. 1, Appellate Division, Superior Court, Los Angeles County (2014)
Chapter 4. Rojas v. Platinum Auto Group, Inc., 212 Cal.App.4th 997, Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 8, California (2013)
Chapter 5. Nelson v. Pearson Ford Co., 186 Cal.App.4th 983, Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division 1, California (2010)
Chapter 6. Thompson v. 10,000 RV Sales, Inc., 130 Cal.App.4th 950, Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division 1, California (2005)
Chapter 7. A Primer on Automobile Fraud (PowerPoint Slides)
Chapter 8. Representing the Unsecured Debtor in a Debt Collection Case
Chapter 9. Document 1—Defendants’ Reply to Plaintiff’s Motion for Relief from Technical Admissions and Motion to Vacate Judgment, and Request for Sanctions, Aurora Loan Services, LLC v. Allen, Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Duval County, Florida (2010)
Chapter 10. Document 2—Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage and to Enforce Lost Loan Documents, Aurora Loan Services, LLC v. Defendant, Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Duval County, Florida (2009)
Chapter 11. Document 3—Order on Motion to Vacate Judgment; Plaintiff’s Motion for Relief from Technical Admissions; and Defendants’ Motion for Order and Judgment Awarding Attorney’s Fees and Costs, Aurora Loan Services, LLC v. Allen
Chapter 12. Document 4—Sample Request for Information Pursuant to Section 1024.36 of Regulation X and Request for Owner and, if Applicable, the Master Servicer of Loan
Chapter 13. Document 5—Sample Notice of Error under 12 CFR Section 1024.35
Chapter 14. Document 6—Notice Taking Deposition Duces Tecum of the Corporate Representative of Plaintiff, U.S. Bank, N.A., U.S. Bank, N.A. v. Young, Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Duval County, Florida (2012)
Chapter 15. Document 7—Contact History, Bank of America
Chapter 16. Document 8—Sample Letter to Judge Re: Mediation
Chapter 17. Document 9—Defendant’s Motion to Amend Counterclaim to Assert a Claim for Punitive Damages and Proffer in Support Thereof, U.S. Bank, N.A. v. Young, Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Duval County, Florida (2013)
Chapter 18. Document 10—Mortgage Servicer Litigation Key Regulations and Statutes
Chapter 19. Practical Litigation Against the Mortgage Servicer (PowerPoint Slides)
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