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For most types of injury cases, the injured party would be far better served by proceeding on their own or "pro se" in legal parlance. In these cases where the injuries are NOT substantial and/or permanent or when there are NO complex issues related to liability and/or damages and the injured party believes he/she is capable of negotiating a satisfactory settlement, the injured party would be served by utilizing ediscovery to obtain the electronic data needed in order to facilitate a successful resolution.
eDiscovery has been described as e-mails, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, database information, and anything metastasized in a digital content.
In our eDiscovery Nuts and Bolts for Personal Injury Training Webinar we will show you how to draft an effective "Demand Letter" to the claims adjuster, request electronic discovery, file a "Legal Hold" notice, and prepare for the all-important Rule 26(f) Conference and Joint Case Management Plan.
Go to www.ediscoverynow.net, then, click on the Webinar of your choice. Once you pay the entrance fee, an email will be forwarded to your email with the Password to enter the Webinar.
Feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 888-502-0586.
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Electronic evidence has been described as e-mails, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, or any other content that has metastasized in a digital format. In a wrongful termination situation, the fact-finding process will require you to uncover electronic evidence, especially if you are engaged in an employment discrimination case involving a charge of racial or age discrimination.
You may file a charge of employment discrmination with the EEOC office closest to where you live, or at any one of the EEOC's 53 field offices. Your charge, however, may be investigated at the EEOC office closest to where the discrimination occurred. If you are a U.S. citizen working for an American company overseas, you should file your charge with the EEOC field office closest to your employer's corporate headquarters.
Usually, you only have 180 days to file your claim. Once you file the claim, you should also send a "LEGAL HOLD" or LITIGATION HOLD" notice to the opposing party. A legal hold is a directive and an ongoing process to preserve "electronically stored information" (ESI), documents or physical evidence pertaining to your situation. Your employer would be required to save any ESI that may be relevant to your charge.
Tune in to our E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Wrongful Termination Training Webinar on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, @ 12 Noon, by visiting www.ediscoverynow.net. Click on the Webinar for Wrongful Termination and pay the entrance fee and you will receive the PASSWORD to gain access to the Webinar. The Webinar will teach you how to draft a Legal Hold, Rule 26(f) Memorandum, and furnish you with the E-Discovery forms necessary to obtain responsive electronic evidence for your case.
Visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net for more information on E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for whatever your situation may be.
In the computer age, 99% of all documents are created and stored electronically. Today, all litigants, pro se or otherwise, have a duty to request and disclose responsive electronic evidence in their cases. If you have a consumer debt case, debt collectors will seek to turn to the courts to squeeze money out of the already struggling poor and middle class.
Lawsuits to collect on bad debts have to be filed in the state where a debtor lives. And, location has become the new tool for debt collectors as some jurisdictions are more lenient than others. Large debt buyers use the relaxed rules of small claims and municipal courts to file suits that obtain little documentation of the debts they seek to collect. These courts allow for quick judgments when legally unsophisticated defendants fail to contest the suits. Once the debt collectors obtains a judgment, they use the full weight of the legal system to enforce it primarily by seizing assets, garnishing wages, and freezing bank accounts.
Thus, the need for ediscovery. Tune in to our E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Consumer Debt Mediation Training Webinar on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 @ 12 Noon to learn how to uncover ESI and effectively negotiate a resolution of your consumer debt via mediation or arbitration.
Visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net to learnn how to obtain access to the Webinar and also pick up a copy of the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Consumer Debt Mediation ebook at www.amazon, a step-by-step instruction guide on ediscovery for consumer debt situations.
In the computer age, 99% of all documents are created andn stored electronically. Electronic evidence has been described as e-mail, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, or any other content that has metastasized in a digital format. The fact-finding process will require you to uncover electronic evidence, especially if you are a party to a foreclosure situation. Most mortgages have MERS, the Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc. as nominee for the original lender, its successors and assigns. MERS has represented in Courts that its sole purpose is as a system to track mortgages. It has stated that it does not do the entries on the electronic repository itself, but the lenders and services do. When the all-important "Assignment of Mortgage" or "Assignment of Security Deed of Trust" is executed, it is the member servicer or lender that goes to the website, downloads the necessary forms, completes the forms and then takes it to the designated "MERS Officer" to sign.
Because MERS is an electronic repository and database that stores information, it is prudent that you have a grasp, the nuts and bolts, of what electronic evidence is all about.
Visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net to attend our Webinar on Monday, January 27, 2014 @12 Noon for our E-Discovery Nuts And Bolts for Foreclosure Resolution Webinar. Also, be sure to visit www.amazon.com and pick up a copy of the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Foreclosure Resolution ebook, a step-by-step guide to ediscovery as it applies to foreclosures.
The judicial foreclosure process can be a very daunting undertaking. From the moment the Lis Pendens or Notice of Foreclosure is filed, the homeowner will be at a serious disadvantage if he/she does not understand how to respond.
The first step is to file an "ANSWER" to the Lis Pendens. Along with the ANSWER, the homeowner should file a first set of Admissions-Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, Expert Witness Interrogatories, and ESI Interrogatories. This last set of interrogatories refers to "Electronically Stored Information" (ESI), the heart of what ediscovery is all about. Finally, the homeowner should also send a "Legal Hold" or "Litigation Hold" notice to the opposing party which is an ongoing obligation to ensure that any and all relevant ESI is preserved for discovery purposes.
Once that is complete, there is also a seven-step process I like to employ in efforts to obtain as much information as possible about a mortgage:
1. ESI Debt Validation Letter
2. RESPA Request
3. Legal Hold
4. Trust Information
5. Rule 26(f) Questions
6. Preliminary Joint Case Management Plan
7. eDiscovery Identification and Preservation Questionnaire
For more information, visit our eDiscovery for Foreclosure Resolution Webinar at www.ediscoverynow.net. Click on the Webinar of choice to obtain the entry Password to the Webinar. You may attend live or listen as a podcast. eDiscovery forms, Sample Legal Hold, Joint Case Management Plan, Rule 26(f) questions will be provided.
Call 888-502-0586 for more information.
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Non-judicial foreclosures are an enigma. Most homeowners living in non-judicial foreclosure states are ignorant to the non-judicial process. In a non-judicial foreclosure, there is no court process. A Notice of Lis Pendens or suit in foreclosure will not be filed. Homeowners will receive a "Notice of Default" (NOD) in the mail, then, subsequently, a "Notice of Sale" (NOS) illuminating that the property will be sold on the first Tuesday on the following month (in Georgia...other non-judicial states' procedures will vary).
That's it and that's all! Once that happens, your property WILL BE SOLD at a foreclosure auction.
To stop the process, there is a method of execution that we have perfected for non-judicial foreclosure states:
1. Respond to intial FDCPA communication from foreclosure attorney.
2. Issue a "Legal Hold" or "Litigation Hold" notice to foreclosure attorney.
3. File a RESPA request with servicer.
4. Check county records office to be sure that presumptive owner has recorded and filed any ASSIGNMENT at recorders office. (If ASSIGNMENT is not reflected in public records, party seeking to foreclosure will have no authority to do so).
4. If mortgage is being held in a securitized trust, request PSA, FWP, trust creation documents for Closing and Cut-Off Date(s).
5. Request loan mod paperwork from servicer.
6. File Civil Action in federal court requesting a TRO.
7. Institute eDiscovery Project Management during discovery process.
For daily Webinars on ediscovery for foreclosure resolution and other topics, visit www.ediscoverynow.net to view our upcoming events. Send me an email at email@example.com for more infomation.