Plaintiff finished and returned the mortgage application by facsimile, looking for a $100 loan

Plaintiff finished and returned the mortgage application by facsimile, looking for a $100 loan

Overview

keeping preclusion of class action matches will not make contract unconscionable

Overview of the full situation from Cunningham v. Citigroup

Viewpoint

Appeal through the Superior Court, Law Division, Union County.

Before Judges KESTIN, LEFELT and FALCONE.

Donna Siegel Moffa argued the reason for appellant (Williams, Cuker and Berezofsky and Trujillo Rodriguez Richards, solicitors; Mark R. Cuker and Ms. Moffa, in the brief).

Marc J. Zucker argued the main cause for the respondent County Bank (Weir Partners solicitors; Susan Verbonitz and Mr. Zucker, regarding the brief).

Claudia T. Callaway (Paul, Hastings, Janofsky Walker)of the District of Columbia Bar, admitted pro hac vice, argued the main cause for respondent Main Street provider Corp. (Sweeney Sheehan, and Ms. Callaway, lawyers; Ms. Callaway of counsel; J. Michael Kunsch, regarding the brief).

Pinilis Halpern, solicitors for amicus curiae AARP Foundation and Counsel for nationwide Association of Consumer Advocates (William J. Continue reading “Plaintiff finished and returned the mortgage application by facsimile, looking for a $100 loan”