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February 26th, 2015 by

The Financial Consumer Rights Talk : Foreclosure Report by NJ Supreme Court Judge Richard Williams

February 23rd, 2015 by

We discuss the recent report published by retired New Jersey Supreme Court Judge and court appointed special master for foreclosure irregularities investigations.

The Financial Consumer Rights Talk 2-20-2015: We discuss the recent report published by retired New Jersey Supreme Court Judge and court appointed special master for foreclosure irregularities investigations, Richard Williams.

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The report highlights concerns that foreclosing banks and law firms representing the banks are not adhering to amended court rules put in place in 2011 to ensure transparency and truthfulness in the foreclosure judicial process.

The February 19, 2015 article about the report referenced in the podcast is available at: http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/15/02/18/special-monitor-oks-procedures-followed-by-two-of-new-jersey-s-largest-mortgage-lenders/

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Special Monitor OKs Procedures Used in Foreclosure by Two Of NJ’s Mortgage Lenders

February 20th, 2015 by

Special Monitor OKs Procedures Used in Foreclosures by Wells Fargo and One West Bank

Courts approved the document-handling procedures of two of the big banks in NJ foreclosures with “nominal cooperation.”

Supreme Court Judge Williams says banks nominally cooperated on whether the lender

Episode 1 – The Financial Consumer Rights Talk : Foreclosure Report by NJ Supreme Court Judge Richard Williams

February 20th, 2015 by

We discuss the recent report published by retired New Jersey Supreme Court Judge and court appointed special master for foreclosure irregularities investigations.

The Financial Consumer Rights Talk 2-20-2015: We discuss the recent report published by retired New Jersey Supreme Court Judge and court appointed special master for foreclosure irregularities investigations, Richard Williams.

The report highlights concerns that foreclosing banks and law firms representing the banks are not adhering to amended court rules put in place in 2011 to ensure transparency and truthfulness in the foreclosure judicial process.

The February 19, 2015 article about the report referenced in the podcast is available at the following link  http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/15/02/18/special-monitor-oks-procedures-followed-by-two-of-new-jersey-s-largest-mortgage-lenders/

Discussion of Eighth Circuit Reversal of Class Certification of FDCPA Suit Against Debt Collector And Its In-House Attorneys

February 11th, 2015 by

Reversal of District of Nebraska’s order granting class certification of action alleging violations of the FDCPA

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act