Abandoned Foreclosure Cases and Dismissals for Want of Prosecution

Shannon Sswiatek December 02, 2015

Seemingly abandoned foreclosure cases are a common phenomenon, with “shadow docket” cases in which Requests for Judicial Intervention were never filed and with plaintiffs often failing to seek summary judgment or make default judgment applications long after cases are released from settlement conferences. This webinar, taught by a panel of practitioners experienced with motions to dismiss for failure to prosecute, covers the governing law and discusses strategic considerations when plaintiffs allow foreclosure actions to languish.

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