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Foundation of Business Records Matters: District Court (Ind.) Says Discrepancies in Debt Collector’s Call Logs, Read in Concert with Plaintiff’s Testimony, Defeats Summary Judgment

In Scott v. Monterey Financial Services, LLC., 2018 WL 452359, at *2 (N.D.Ind., 2018), Judge Simon found a triable issue of fact sufficient to defeat summary judgment because, in part, of discrepancies in the defendant’s call logs and business records. Scott…

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California Appellate Tracker

Kurwa v. Kislinger

In an earlier decision in the same case, the Supreme Court dismissed Kurwa’s appeal from an order dismissing the breach of fiduciary duty claims in his complaint and Kislinger’s cross-complaint, holding the judgment was not final or appealable because it…

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DS News Interviews Kerry Franich Regarding Mortgage-Related Appellate Litigation

Appeals present unique challenges in mortgage-related litigation. DS News recently sat down with Severson & Werson appellate attorney Kerry Franich to discuss some of those challenges, emerging trends, and other topics and strategies that servicers should consider when managing cases…

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