RyanEX

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  1. I believe Yolo is simply looking to figure out what would work best for their trial brief, not what the winning argument will be in court. Serving/filing a trial brief & written objection are part of the strategy in CA; when served ahead of time, I've noticed plaintiffs are more likely to dismiss before the trial date, which is of course preferable to dragging things out until the morning of trial/showing up to the courthouse, etc. Not a bad idea to make the brief as solid as possible.
  2. Some good advice in this thread. I also recommend keeping details vague & changing dollar amounts, dates, names, etc.
  3. What entities are named in the intent-to-sue letter? Hunt & Henriques is one. Capitol One is mentioned because they held the original acct. Is any other entity named? Hunt & Henriques often represents JDBs like Midland Funding & Portfolio.
  4. The bar they have to clear varies from state to state. So long as a defendant follows the proper steps they can use CA code to require an original creditor to clear the same bar as a junk debt buyer: provide a witness, who possesses first-hand knowledge of record keeping/creation practices of the account, to authenticate plaintiff's evidence via live testimony. JDB employees don't measure up to that standard. An OC employee could measure up to that standard, so long as they worked in the proper department. OC lawsuits make up a minority of CA debt collection lawsuits posted here, but on this board I have yet to see an OC send a live witness to a CA trial. CA members have have forced dismissals in those cases too. We are lucky to have those codes in place. I don't think Ddjcplus4 has said if they are being sued by an OC or a JDB... @Ddjcplus4 ?
  5. Look up your county's court website, civil division.
  6. @cybersec There are a few recent CA threads that go over the arbitration process. Do a quick search when you can, I'll take a look too when in have some time.
  7. I wouldn't listen to that. BK is a pretty extreme option when you live in a state that has great laws for a consumer in this type of case. CA residents have a great track record against these lawsuits. They'll most likely file suit, keep an eye on your civil court's website. In the meantime you can determine if arbitration is an option - if it is, great, because that seems to be the quickest way to deal with it. If not, that's fine too - the CA Civil Code stills favors you, but the trial route takes longer/is more involved.
  8. @kcoble24 Unfortunately I'm not aware of any. Perhaps "cover/face page" meant this??:
  9. Agree. @Lizzyb they now know you'll fight, and that is not what JDBs are interested in pursuing.
  10. Pasting this from another thread asking close to same question:) Case management conferences (CMC) are pretty simple.; usually they last 5 minutes or so. Judge just wants to make sure things are going okay (no discovery problems, etc), then potentially set a trial date if both parties intend to go all the way to trial. Judge may ask you if that's what you want. Know what dates over the next 6 months or year that you cannot attend trial, so that the judge doesn't schedule on those days. Case management conferences are NOT the time to argue your case, only to discuss the issues above. There is a case management statement (here: CM-110) that you need to fill out, file & serve to plaintiff ahead of the CMC. It's not a big deal and I think most judges don't even read them, but good to complete anyway. Dress professionally to the CMC - that always impresses the judges.
  11. BOPs aren't appropriate for Account Stated cases. But there's no rule that you can't ask, and it makes them work. So that's fine, you don't need to meet & confer over it Pretty standard documents that they sent you. You'll have a chance to attack those items later, closer to trial. What do you intend to ask for in discovery? You can if you want, but most people don't - the thought being: why ask them to look for evidence that is only useful in helping them with their case? Your aim is simply to disqualify what they intend to use as evidence, via the CA evidence rules. The less they come up with, the less you need to address. Case management conferences (CMC) are pretty simple.; usually they last 5 minutes or so. Judge just wants to make sure things are going okay (no discovery problems, etc), then potentially set a trial date if both parties intend to go all the way to trial. Judge may ask you if that's what you want. Know what dates over the next 6 months or year that you cannot attend trial, so that the judge doesn't schedule on those days. Case management conferences are NOT the time to argue your case, only to discuss the issues above. There is a case management statement (here: CM-110) that you need to fill out, file & serve to plaintiff ahead of the CMC. It's not a big deal and I think most judges don't even read them, but good to complete anyway. Dress professionally to the CMC - that always impresses the judges.
  12. Hope I didn't scare you off SoStressed. please let us know what has happened in your case so far so we can help.
  13. Looks like Calvary now owns the Citibank debt. If they sent a letter stating intent to sue, then it's very likely they will. Don't panic, you seem to already have an idea about combating it with arbitration - which has worked out very well for our members. See this active thread for a CA member compelling arbitration: https://www.creditinfocenter.com/community/topic/331706-california-sued-by-calvary-court-vs-arbitration/ The Mercantile Adjustments Bureau debt: do you know if they now own the debt? Or does BofA still own it and MAB is a collection agency representing BofA? Welcome to the board.