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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 »

Mass Litigation Alliance Sends Presentation Showing Phillip Kramer and Mitchell Stein Working Together With MLA

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Mass Litigation Alliance just sent me the following presentation which is confusing because it sure looks like Mitchell Stein and Phillip Kramer are working together through Mass Litigation Alliance on selling consumers access into mass joinder mortgage litigation. The last slide is the one of most interest in making a connection between Kramer and Stein. Get Out of Debt Guy ... Read More »

Mass Joinder & Mass Litigation Affiliate and Marketing Information

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In an effort to wrap my head around who are the current players in the marketing of mass joinder and mass litigation when it comes to mortgages I’m posting this article. This post draws no conclusions but is simply a repository of examples of this type of marketing. If you have any additional examples, please post them in the comments ... Read More »

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