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  1. @Brotherskeeper Guys, I'm late sharing the details because I was celebrating lol, as you know, the Motion was granted!! @upcycleliving I really hoped they would not show up but they sent the same slime ball rent-a-lawyer as last hearing (This time representing each of the big 3 in different cases... Crown, Midland, and Cavalry). He pulled me aside before the hearing started, which I was completely prepared for him to do, and asked me if I had reached out to try to settle this with Crown, and I replied that I have not. He warned me strongly that arbitration is not what I really want, it wi
  2. @Brotherskeeper Thanks for catching. I mentioned FAA in my Motion, but not the Ohio case law. So that is what I focused on here. I don't see anything in the rule book pertaining to the spacing and font size. I am also bringing a Demand Letter (LOL) to the hearing in case my motion is granted. Does this seem appropriate? Demand for Arbitration - Crown Asset Mgmt.pdf
  3. @Brotherskeeper Heading to the Courthouse this afternoon to submit my Pre-Hearing Memorandum. Attaching for constructive criticism, and acknowledging that I did not allow much time for review! I gave it my best and the real emphasis will be verbally on Friday. Pre-Hearing Memorandum.pdf
  4. So in my initial post I noted a resource that I came across while looking at Ham. Co. court information. The Municipal Court Help Center. I went there yesterday! I was so worried that my position was weakened by the events that transpired at the last hearing, including the format of my MTC and the Magistrate's comments. I wanted a re-do! @Brotherskeeper and anyone else still following: I thought I blew it by failing to follow the format rules when I submitted my motion. In my review of the Court Rules Handbook, I only read the section on arbitration...! And that sweet Clerk who
  5. Attaching here. I can poke holes in it for sure. I feel like I hurried up and filed and should have put it out there for review. To help, here is Rule 14 from the local rule book for Hamilton County regarding Motions and memoranda: RULE 14. Motions, memoranda and procedure thereon (A) ALL motions shall be accompanied by a memorandum in support of the motion which shall be a brief statement of the grounds for the same, with citations of authorities relied upon, and (except in the case of an ex parte motion) proof of service in accordance with Civil Rule 5. All memoranda filed with a moti
  6. Update! After two sleepless nights spent preparing for this morning, my hearing has been rescheduled for January 10, 2020. The reason for this is that the Court did not receive Plaintiff's Response dated December 3, 2019. Before any comments could be made, other than swearing an oath and identifying myself, the opposing counsel admitted to not receiving a filed copy of the Response, and therefore requested a continuance. I agreed, thinking at the least I'll have more sleepless nights to prepare even further. But in hindsight, I am wondering if the court sided with them simply becau
  7. Thank you endlessly @Brotherskeeper ! I am armed with knowledge and confidence thanks to the contributions of all. Hoping to leave a trail of breadcrumbs so someone after me may benefit as I have! My last question is procedural: Should I prepare something in writing to respond to their points? Or will I just do this verbally?
  8. That is exactly how I interpreted it! I hope the judge does too. It's so interesting what happens when the Defendant does anything other than roll over and die for these JDBs. So at the motion hearing on Tuesday, I am prepared to argue my case but in the event the judge denies my MTC, I will appeal. How will I make it known at that time that I disagree and want to appeal the decision?
  9. This is the account agreement that I pulled off of the archives. Account Agreement.pdf
  10. Update! Time to get the conversation rolling. Things are getting interesting, and hopefully you all have some good advice and I haven't necessarily shot myself in the foot. Key points: 1. I filed my MTC arb on November 19, and copy to Levy & Associates. 2. Notice of court date was sent on November 25 (I did not receive until December 6) 3. Motion hearing set for Tuesday December 10. 4. Received a response to my motion from Levy & Associates, filed with the court on December 3. Attaching the scanned copy here! I had read earlier that Synchrony Bank h
  11. 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? Crown Asset Management, LLC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Levy & Associates, LLC 3. How much are you being sued for? $6,039.97 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) Synchrony Bank 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Started receiving junk mail from local attorneys, later looked up the court record and confirmed the case. Filed 10/10/19 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) USPS left no