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Mitchell J. Stein Sues California AG Harris

Inactive California attorney Mitchell J. Stein has filed suit against California Attorney General Kamala Harris, Benjamin Diehl, and James Toma on February 27, 2012 in the Northern District of California. The case says it was filed by James Leickly, Esq but the email address of [email protected] seems to be likely associated with Eric Wittenberg, Esq who I wrote about in ... Read More »

Mitchell Stein, Mass Joinder Lawyer, Charged by SEC in Heart Tronics Scheme Along With Wife

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a purported heart monitoring device company and six individuals involved in a series of fraudulent schemes to artificially inflate the company’s stock. Among those charged are a former pro football player, a Hollywood talent agent, and an attorney who masterminded the scheme. The SEC alleges that Heart Tronics installed former pro football player ... Read More »

Kramer, Stein Mass Joinder / Mass Tort Updates for Those Involved

The Receiver in the Mass Joinder legal proceeding in California against lawyers that had marketed Mass Joinder suits against mortgage lenders has released an update. December 1, 2011 The State Bar of California has taken possession of the law practices of Kramer and Kaslow, Mitchell J. Stein, Christopher Van Son, Paul Peterson (Mesa Law Group), and Anthony Kassas (Kassas Law ... Read More »

LA Court Issues Permanent Order Assuming Jurisdiction Over the Law Practice of Mitchell J. Stein

Mitchell J. Stein is an attorney in California who was alleged to be involved in the marketing of mass joinder cases to consumers to join a lawsuit against their mortgage lenders. A permanent order was issued on October 26, 2011 and states the State Bar of California, Office of Chief Trial Counsel is appointed to do the following: Examine, retrieve, ... Read More »

Mitchell J. Stein Transcript From California Action Involving Mass Joinder Marketing Part 1

Mitchell J. Stein, Esq. is said to have played a role in the mass joinder scheme that appears to have evolved in California. At least that’s what a judge said recently, which I covered in this article. More documents on this issue have arrived on my desk, a 99 page transcript of the proceeding on October 19, 2011. In an ... Read More »

Mitchell J. Stein Transcript From California Action Involving Mass Joinder Marketing Part 2

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This is a continuation of the first part of the transcript post. You can click here to read the first part. THE COURT: ALL RIGHT. WELL, I HAVE NOT HEARD ANYTHING THAT WOULD CHANGE MY MIND WITH RESPECT TO THE TENTATIVE RULING ON THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION. WHILE I DIDN’T QUOTE ALL THE EVIDENCE IN THE TENTATIVE, IT’S AN 18-PAGE TENTATIVE. ... Read More »

Mortgage Problems? Facing Foreclosure? Prepare to be Scammed.

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The millions of desperate homeowners who have found themselves upside down and at risk of losing their homes have created a fertile environment for scamsters. The scams on homeowners are varied and include audits and NPV tests, modification services, foreclosure rescue services, sell and lease-back schemes, and my personal favorite, mass joinder suits. Let’s start with NPV tests and mortgage ... Read More »

Mass Joinder Case Infighting Worse Than High School. Co-Counsel Mitchell Stein Gets the Boot.

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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 J. Stein from the case. ... Read More »

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