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  1. Then unless something crazy happens, I don't see a need to contact or file anything with the court any more. You have filed and complied with this court order, your part is done and the case is closed. Now you just wait to see what happens with the arbitration case.
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  2. Are there any FDCPA violations? You said there are some, but the JDB attorney is mostly to blame. Look at the arbitration agreement. In SOME agreements, you could file claims against their attorney in JAMS. In other agreements, you cannot. If you can, then file the claim against both respondents. I have done that in the past, and that has worked quite nicely for me. In one case, the attorney settled separately from the creditor, which means I made a profit from that deal. But check the arbitration agreement first.
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  3. You need to ask your clerk of court if you must schedule a hearing as each court has its own rules on that. You don't need to include all of that "verbiage" with your answer. A simple general denial is efficient. Some may disagree but I will always say to pay the $6 for a signed certified mail receipt from USPS for their copy of anything you file with the court. JDB attorneys are among the lowest of the low and will lie or be otherwise deceptive one way or another throughout the case. When you produce the green card showing a signature of someone in their office they will have a hell
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