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Re: You should know the basic rules of lawyers


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Posted by Becky (65.4.100.172) on April 29, 2004 at 19:33:51:

In Reply to: Re: You should know the basic rules of lawyers posted by raven on April 28, 2004 at 21:41:25:

My attorney is also a certified arbitrator, which is one reason I chose her. I didn't wait for them to try to get a judgement, so it never got that far. She wrote a letter to the atty (Scott Lowery) and the NAF. Basically she pointed out that I had done everything they requested, that there was no arbitration agreement, and that Lowery had no proof that I owed anybody anything. Lowery responded with a letter stating his office would not pursue any further action against me and they considered the case closed. As far as I know we didn't hear back from the NAF.

I think you're making a good choice in hiring an atty, especially one who has experience in consumer law and arbitration. The first atty I contacted actually said he didn't know what to do about the request for arbitration. He said it was "bizarre".

I wish you much luck in this trying time - you're in my thoughts and prayers....

Cheers!


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