Clearing My Tabs: Google Dire and Foreclosing on Wells Fargo

Internet v. Courts (NYT): Lawyers are Googling prospective jurors before voir dire in order to help them with their juror selections. This is interesting, but not totally surprising.

Wells Fargo Meeting With Philly Homeowner Who “Foreclosed” on Them (Here’s How He Did It) (The Consumerist): This story is fantastic. It details how this man got Wells Fargo’s attention and gained a foothold in negotiating with them—legally. This guy did his homework, and as a result, he was able to foreclose on his local Wells Fargo branch and, as a result, get a meeting with someone more important.

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