$100 million Class Action Robo Suit Against HSBC and Wells Fargo

jones v hsbc 09-2904rwt Maryland

Reginald Jones is the lead Class Action Plaintiff in a Maryland case alleging robo-signed documents. The well-written complaint was filed by Jon D. Pels, Esq. Bar No. 11883
Lawrence J. Anderson, Esq. Bar No. 11390 Justin Reiner, Esquire Bar NO. 16403 Jennifer O. Schiffer, Esquire 4833 Rugby Avenue, 4th Floor
Bethesda, MD 20814 (301) 986-5570 (T) (301) 986-5571 (F) e-mail: jpels@pallaw.com Counsel for the Plaintiffs

The action is filed October 26, 2010 in Federal District Court, District of Maryland, Greenbelt division. Case # 09-2904 RWT. It recites, as many of these cases now do, actual testimony from witnesses who signed documents they knew nothing about. It lists as causes of action the following:

FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
–    Solely Against Buonassissi, Henning & Lash, P.C    –
Violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) (15 U.S.C. § 1692, et seq.)

SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION
–    All Defendants –
Wrongful Foreclosure: Failure to Comply with Maryland Real Property Article, §§ 7-105.1 or 7-105.2

THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION
–    All Defendants    –
VIOLATION OF THE MARYLAND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT

FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION
–    All Defendants    –
BREACH OF CONTRACT – IMPLIED COVENANT OF GOOD FAITH AND FAIR DEALING

FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION
–    All Defendants    –
UNJUST ENRICHMENT/CONSTRUCTIVE TRUST

SIXTH CAUSE OF ACTION
–    All Defendants    –
INJUNCTIVE / DECLARATORY RELIEF

SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
–    All Defendants    –
COMMON LAW FRAUD

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