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Robert J. Buscho & Anaheim Legal Center Law Offices of Kenneth W. Szalonek Mystery

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A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me a message and said I should take a look at centerlegal.com (abogadolegal.com) regarding a .Robert J Buscho. The message said: “Please follow this link to the site [Robert J. Buscho] is still advertising himself as an attorney on. He does not speak Spanish and he has preyed on helpless, desperate people ... Read More »

    Previous Employees of United Law Group Help Start Brookstone Law

    Brookstone Law Credit Repair

    Update 4-8-2011: Brookstone Law is involved in seeking consumers to join mass joinder cases and while this article talks boldly about Brrokstone Law I’ve also published others in which I’ve praised Vito Torchia, Jr. of Brookstone Law. Anyone reading this article and wanting to know more about the reality of the players in the mass joinder space should see Vito ... Read More »

      United Law Group Class Action Case Over Loan Modifications, Moving Ahead

      Loan modification attorney Sean Rutledge and firm United Law Group lost a recent round in a class action case moving forward in California. The Fourth District Court of Appeal has ruled that a former client can proceed with a suit alleging that Irvine attorney Sean Rutledge, who resigned from the State Bar in November amid accusations of loan modification misconduct, ... Read More »

        United Law Group Attorney – Pissed Off.

        Ready to Collapse

        Press release from United Law Group today that handles debt settlement cases, among others. You would think that if United Law Group was a stickler for details and keeping records they’d recognize the reporter was Paul Elias, not Paul Alias. Refuting assertions that United Law Group is ‘either unscrupulous or incompetent’, the firm’s senior managing attorney Robert Buscho released documents ... Read More »

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