Debt Collector

Fourth Time on LIT: The Bandits at Law Firm Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein Cashflow Hurtin’

LIT has only targeted Harris County Courts, so these law firms are no doubt violatin’ the same laws in courts throughout the State of Texas.

201776353A

COMERICA BANK vs. FIRST HORIZON BANK

(Court 234, JUDGE LAUREN REEDER)

JUL 29, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUL 30, 2022

This Garnishment Should Have Been Dismissed WITH Prejudice and the Book Thrown at the Law Firm. However, this is the Judicial Outlaw and Legal Bandit State. Welcome to Texas.

August 16, 2022

Notice of Nonsuit of Defendant, First Horizon Bank, without Prejudice (of course, the PDF is corrupted, see video).

ORDER OF NON-SUIT SIGNED

No visible movement since filing.

Judgment Debtor; SCS Management Inc and Robert Scherer, $300k+

Tex. Fin. Code § 392.001 (“(7) “Third-party debt collector” means a debt collector, as defined by 15 U.S.C. Section 1692a(6), but does not include an attorney collecting a debt as an attorney on behalf of and in the name of a client

unless the attorney has nonattorney employees who:
(A) are regularly engaged to solicit debts for collection; or
(B) regularly make contact with debtors for the purpose of collection or adjustment of debts.”)

Only attorneys can give legal adviceParalegals, legal assistants , and notary publics are all nonlawyers. They cannot prepare documents on your behalf. Paralegals and other legal staff in a law office may be able to assist with legal work, but it must be under the supervision of a licensed attorney

Title: Litigation Paralegal – Creditor’s Rights

Company: Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein, PC

Location: Dallas, TX

Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein, PC, with offices in downtown Dallas, seeking a Litigation Paralegal to support attorneys who represent numerous banking and financial institutions.

This position focuses on consumer/commercial litigation with an emphasis on creditor’s rights.

The job responsibilities include work on high-volume civil litigation matters including calendar and docket management, drafting pleadings, data entry, and preparing for hearings and trials.

This position is open in our Dallas, TX office.

Annual compensation is between $40,000 and $55,000 depending upon experience.

Where permissible under applicable state and local law, applicant will be subject to a pre-employment background check after receiving a conditional offer of employment.

Responsibilities

Managing full dockets for 3 or more attorneys, including scheduling, maintaining an accurate calendar, travel, and preparation for hearings and trials.
Communicate with court staff, clients, pro se defendants, opposing counsels, and process servers at all phases of litigation.
Assist attorneys with case management, drafting pleadings and data entry.
Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

Possess outstanding organizational and time management skills as well as strong verbal and written communication skills.
Strong knowledge of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.
Experience with state electronic filing and drafting of pleadings, trial preparation and support, file management, and discovery.
Possess strong project management skills, including the ability to handle multiple priorities, meet deadlines, and work with minimal supervision in a dynamic environment.
Thorough attention to details and ability to follow up effectively on outstanding items.
Ability to produce high quality, error-free work product in a fast-paced, deadline sensitive environment.
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe, and litigation document software.
A college degree in Paralegal Studies or an equivalent field is preferred. At least two years’ experience in litigation matters is strongly preferred.

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Physical Demands and Working Environment
Work is performed in an office environment and involves everyday risks or discomforts, requiring normal safety precautions when performing work. Work requires frequent walking, standing, bending, and carrying items up to 25 pounds. Regular, predictable, and punctual attendance is required for performance of duties.
Work requires physical presence in the office; this is not a remote position.
Work hours are generally Monday through Friday, with occasional non-standard business hours during evenings and/or weekends, as workload may require.
Benefits Offered
In addition to a competitive salary and discretionary bonus, the firm offers a full complement of benefits for full-time employees, including health, dental and vision insurance, HRA, HSA with employer contribution, tele-health and patient advocacy service, FSA, immediately available paid time off, paid garage parking or DART pass reimbursement, 401k with employer match, STD, LTD, AD&D, and life insurance.

Visit our website at www.wslawpc.com.

Job Type:

Full-time

Pay:

$40,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year

Benefits:

401(k)
401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Flexible spending account
Health insurance
Health savings account
Life insurance
Paid time off
Vision insurance

Schedule:

8 hour shift
Monday to Friday

Work Location:

One location

Date of Screenshot; Jul 29, 2022

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Fourth Time on LIT: The Bandits at Law Firm Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein Cashflow Hurtin’
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