Law Offices of Kramer & Kaslow

Attorney Kramer To Discuss Mass Joinder Lawsuits Against Lenders

Press Release   •   Feb 25, 2011 14:07 EST

February 25, 2011 - Attorney Philip Kramer, of the law offices of Kramer & Kaslow, will join a broadcast radio special report talking about his much publicized mass joinder lawsuits against the mortgage lenders on Saturday, February 26, 2011 from 6pm to 7pm PST on AM830 KLAA with host Lisa Solomon, formerly of The Solomon Free Money Hour.

Mr. Kramer will be providing invaluable information for homeowners and taking caller questions. He will discuss who can participate, how to join, and what it all means. Learn about the filed complaints, possible outcomes, and an up-to-date progress report.

The real estate mortgage crisis continues to climb to epic heights. The country is in uncharted territory for the banking industry, the court system, the government, and the homeowner. Like others around the country, Kramer’s law firm has employed a variety of strategies in an effort to find justice and relief for the homeowner.

See why hundreds of homeowners are becoming plaintiffs in the mass joinder lawsuits against Bank of America, Citibank, JP Morgan, OneWest Bank, Wells Fargo, Ally Bank, and others. Mass joinder suits collectively gather plaintiffs against a common defendant. Plaintiffs must sign on to be included in a mass joinder case.

This particular complaint targets property owners who financed their purchases through a major lender between 2002 and 2008. Borrowers who no longer own their original property are still eligible.

In addition to being a practicing trial attorney for more than 25 years, Philip Kramer is also a licensed real estate broker. This program can be heard on AM830 in Southern California or streamed online at (the report is not affiliated with AM830 KLAA though)

Kramer & Kaslow Special Report
Saturday, February 26, 2011
6pm to 7pm PST

The Attorney office can be contacted at:

Law Offices of Kramer & Kaslow
23901 Calabasas Rd, Suite 2010
Calabasas, CA 91302
Phone: (818)224-3900