Tag Archives: Brookstone Law
- How Do I Get Out of The Mass Joinder Lawsuit With Brookstone Law?
“Dear Steve, Despite all legal knowledge and common sense I have joined Brookstone’s lawsuit against Citibank. I realized down the road that clients were charged different retainers. While some have paid 4000 dollars, others we charged 5000, 6000 (as in my case) and more. It looks like the Bank of America case is lost and [...]
- Brookstone Law Sues Better Business Bureau Over “Pay to Play” Grading System
Brookstone Law out of Newport Beach, California has just filed suit against the Better Business Bureau of the Southland and the parent Council of Better Business Bureaus. One can only suppose this is over the F rating the BBB gives Brookstone Law. According to the BBB, Brookstone Law was an accredited member but their accredidation [...]
- What is the Latest in the Brookstone Law Suit Wright v. Bank of America? – Yan
“Dear Steve, I’ve read some of your info on Brookstone and I used to follow John Wright’s blog but he has been on a leave so I thought I’d get your input on this whole case. I am a little concerned as lately I have not been able to get any I formation or updates [...]
- Brookstone Law Mailer. The Line Between Clever Advertising and Too Much.
A reader shared the following mailer from Brookstone Law. In the past I have been very critical of attorney mailers selling real estate related services that appeared to be official government looking forms or notices. Those forms did not disclose they were attorney advertising and some even had official looking government seals and logos. This [...]
- Checking Out Solicitation By Brookstone Law. – Gene
“Dear Steve, I just discovered your website while doing the background work on my solicitation by Brookstone, PLC, as stated in my recent (todays 4/19/2012) blog.The work you are doing is truly helpful and I for one am very grateful for this expertise. Is Vito Torchia Jr. a “hero of the day ” or a [...]
- I’ve Been Approached by Brookstone Law for a Mass Joinder Against Wells Fargo
I have been approached and gone through the preliminaries to be a mass joinder against Wells Fargo/Wachovia (“pick-a-point” cica 2005) From Brookstone Law in orange county, CA. They want approx. $6K to initiate and 35% contingency. the case win ceiling is $750K. Are they legitimate? Please advise. Thank You, This is your chance to be [...]
- And Then It Gets Nasty – Personal Finance Blogger Sued By Unhappy Service Provider
John Wright, a fellow reporter and outspoken, make that very outspoken, blogger in the mortgage mess has finally found fame for himself and his PiggyBankBlog.com but not in the way he probably wanted. A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me in a copy of a lawsuit filed against John and others and then [...]
- Brookstone Law Mass Tort Solicitation Mailer
A reader has sent in a mailer by Brookstone Law titled “Notice Regarding Mass Tort Litigation Lawsuits.” The mailer claims that potential claims made against lenders by consumers participating are: Fraudulent Mortgage Note Origination Fraudulent Concealment and Misrepresentation at Time of Origination Patriot Act Violations/Unlawful Funding of Note Improper Securitization of Loan/Note Improper Assignment of [...]
- Brookstone Law – Consumer Complaint – 1-24-2012
Date This Problem Happened: January 23, 2012 State You Live in: California Race/Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino Age Range: 36-50 Total Amount of Fee Paid: 0 Company Name: Brookstone Law Company Address: 4000 MacArthur Blvd. Suite 110 Newport Beach, CA 92660 Company Telephone Number: 800-946-8655 Website of Company: brookstonelaw.com Consumer Statement: I’ve read 2 posts that [...]
- Mass Joinder Stein Fights Back and Sues California in Florida
For those unfamiliar with the mass joinder, tort litigation racket marketers have been engaged in, here are the basics. Some law firms have filed suit against lenders for the mortgage mess. And that’s fine. But marketers have been paid to sell consumers into these cases and those marketers have made all sorts of objectionable claims [...]
- Mass Joinder Lawyers Running for Cover. SML and Brookstone Still in the Hunt.
The following statement was issued today by Kennin Spivak in regards to the recent mass joinder raids and actions taken by the California Attorney General. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Statement Statement from SML LLP and Kenin M. Spivak Regarding California State Bar and Attorney General Actions Regarding Bank Joinder Cases [...]
- Brookstone Law – Consumer Complaint – 8-21-2011
Date This Problem Happened: March 22, 2011 State You Live in: California Age Range: 51-65 Total Amount of Fee Paid: Company Name: Brookstone Law Company Address: Newport Beach, California Website of Company: brookstone-law.com Consumer Statement: “Not sure yet. Have given Brookstone att’s in Newport 6 grand. They inturn are suppesedly fileing a mass joiner against [...]
- Vito Torchia Jr. of Brookstone Law is My Hero Today for Laying Out the Mass Joinder History
I’ve written before about Brookstone Law and it’s managing lawyer, Vito Torchia, Jr. Click here for past articles. Some of those article have touch off firestorms and threats to sue me and this site. But I do always try to be fair and today I am declaring Vito Torchia, Jr. day on the GetOutOfDebt.org site. [...]
- Mass Joinder Case Infighting Worse Than High School. Co-Counsel Mitchell Stein Gets the Boot.
It what has become a train wreck of a battle between lawyers pressing forward mass joinder cases against banks for underlying mortgage issues, one of the co-counsels on Ronald v. Bank of America just got publicly dumped. On March 29, 2011 SML LLP and Apex Legal Group (“Moving Parties”) filed a motion to remove Mitchell [...]
- I Can’t Afford to Pay Brookstone Law for a Mass Joinder Lawsuit
“Dear Steve, I would be particularly interested if you should come up with any information re Brookstone Law’s mass joinder case they are commencing against Bank of America. Not long ago I noted on your website a similar request from someone who was suspicious about Brookstone Law. Brookstone did not solicit me; I came across [...]