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Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2017
Robert W. Murphy
Banking, Litigation, Pro Bono
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Chapter 1. A Primer on Automobile Sales Fraud
Chapter 2. A Primer on Automobile Fraud (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 3. Steed v. Trans Union LLC, et al., FCRA Complaint for Inaccurate Credit Reports
Chapter 4. Meyer v. Shorewood, Inc., et al., FCRA Complaint for Misuse of Report for Employment
Chapter 5. Martinez v. Real Page, Inc., FCRA Complaint for Inaccurate Tenant Screening Report
Chapter 6. Johnson v. Background Investigations, Inc., et al., FCRA Complaint for Inaccurate Background Report
Chapter 7. ABC’s of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 8. Taming the Collection Tempest: A Primer on Federal and State Restraints on Consumer Debt Collection
Chapter 9. Maryland Rule on Affidavit Judgments, Rule 3-306
Chapter 10. Bartlett v. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, 438 Md. 255 (2014)
Chapter 11. Sample Notice of Intention to Defend
Chapter 12. Sample Answers to Interrogatories
Chapter 13. Sample Interrogatories to a Creditor
Chapter 14. Sample Subpoena for a Small Claim Action
Chapter 15. Sample Motion to Stay
Chapter 16. Sample Counterclaim in an Auto Deficiency Action
Chapter 17. Maryland Statute on Auto Repossessions—Credit Grantor Closed End Credit Provisions (CLEC), MD Code, Commercial Law, § 12-1001 et seq.
Chapter 18. Maryland Statute on Auto Repossessions—Retail Installment Sales Act (RISA), MD Code, Commercial Law, § 12-601 et seq.
Chapter 19. Trial Brief on Credit Grantor Closed End Credit Provisions (CLEC)
Chapter 20. Trial Brief on Business Entities
Chapter 21. Trial Brief on Credit Cards and Statute of Limitations
Chapter 22. Trial Brief on Credit Insurance and Statute of Limitations
Chapter 23. Trial Brief on Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
Chapter 24. Supplemental Directive 16-02, Making Home Affordable Program—MHA Program Termination and Borrower Application Sunset, March 3, 2016, Help for America’s Homeowners
Chapter 25. Supplemental Directive 16-03, Making Home Affordable Program—MHA Program Termination and Borrower Application Sunset II, May 2, 2016, Help for America’s Homeowners
Chapter 26. Guiding Principles for the Future of Loss Mitigation: How the Lessons Learned from the Financial Crisis Can Influence the Path Forward, July 25, 2016, U.S. Department of the Treasury in Conjunction with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Housing Finance Agency
Chapter 27. Ho v. ReconTrust Company, NA, 840 F.3d 618 (9th Cir. 2016)
Chapter 28. Dowers v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, 2017 WL 1192207 (9th Cir. 2017)
Chapter 29. Forms: To Assist Clients with Federal Loan Issues
Chapter 30. Student Loans: A Basic Overview (PowerPoint slides)
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