I’m back. Read my last post and for that matter give a look at some of the other things Matt Weidner has written. Just me tonight. No Guest. But we are adding question and answer to the show, from now on.
Tonight we will discuss different strategies for confronting the lies and the incompetency (legally speaking as well as literally) of foreclosing parties and their witnesses (“Corporate Representatives”) at trial. I am told that some of my colleagues are giving up motion practice altogether and going straight for the jugular at trial with some success. I will tell you why that strategy is succeeding and how to undermine the credibility of the testimony and documents at trial with a great record on appeal. But I still believe that it will strengthen your case to aggressively pursue discovery.
Introducing the latest strategy: Call the bluff of the forecloser. This could be fun!
Tune in. I’ll be answering questions tonight. Remember this is not legal advice on any particular case and is NEVER to be taken as a substitute for advice from a lawyer licensed in the jurisdiction in which your property is located.
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