Wolfgang P. Hirczy de Mino

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“  Current projects (2018-19): Patterns and practices in private student loan collection in Texas. Arbitration for me, but not for thee: Status-based disparities in enforcement of arbitration rights in consumer contracts. Validity and enforceability of attorney-client legal services agreements in Texas. How consumer debt-suit defendants fare with and without attorney representation in Texas: An empirical approach. Lowering the bar for mass litigation cases: An in-depth analysis of how collection law firms have swayed appellate courts to fashion a creditor-specific substantive jurisprudence, and to lower evidentiary standards to facilitate robo-litigation. Is a final judgment that says that it is final and appealable final and appealable? Not necessarily so: Welcome to the TRAPs and other pitfalls of appellate practice.  ”

Scholarly Papers (15)

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Private Student Loans, SLABS, Securitization Trusts, TILA, Truth-in-Lending-Act, Collection Lawsuits, Student Loan Defaults, Student Debt, Educational Loans, Consumer Loans, Interest Rates, Finance Charges, Usury

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private student loans, business records as an exception to hearsay, business records affidavit, admissibility of third-party hearsay documents, affiant qualifications as witness, robosigning, debt collector, fair debt collection, student loan debt collection litigation, suit by assignee, standing to

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Consumer loans, student loans, consumer debt, DTPA, Texas Debt Collection Act, unfair debt collection, venue violations, State AG consumer protection, Attorney General enforcement actions, attorney’s fees, regulatory enforcement actions, amicus brief

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No Standing in the Shoes of Bank One: Amicus Curiae Brief in Kirk v. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2003-1 (Arguing that the Trust Lacks Standing to Sue in the Absence of Proper Proof of the Chain of Assignments)

Case: Appeal No. 01-17-00722-CV - First Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 25 Apr 2018
Wolfgang P. Hirczy de Mino
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student loan, private student loans, securitization, assignment, privity of contract, standing to sue, debt collection, amicus curiae, Texas

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consumer arbitration agreements, forum selection clause, waiver of contractual right to arbitrate, arbitration waiver, summary judgment practice, waiver theory, Federal Arbitration Act, Texas law, consumer law, amicus curiae brief

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legal services, attorney's fees, quantum meruit, statute of frauds, legal profession

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Sham Affidavit Rule, Summary Judgment Procedure, Texas Supreme Court, Judicial Policymaking

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Results of a Pilot Study of Judicial Processing of Debt Collection Cases under Ceteris Paribus Conditions

Number of pages: 16 Posted: 11 Jun 2019
Wolfgang P. Hirczy de Mino
Independent
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consumer debt litigation, debt collection, consumer law, robo-litigation, judicial process, trial courts, empirical legal research

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private student loans, student loan debt collection litigation, suit by assignee, contract-formation, consent, TILA, consumer-protection

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attorney’s fees, civil procedure, Texas Supreme Court, reasonableness and necessity of fees, Lodestar, attorney-client relationship

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Beyond Judicial Notice: A Critique of Sua Sponte Speculation and Factfinding on Appeal

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 12 Jun 2019
Wolfgang P. Hirczy de Mino
Independent
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summary judgment, judicial notice, debt collection, consumer law, appellate procedure, civil procedure, judicial decision-making, Texas courts, results-oriented jurisprudence

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K12, K23, K41

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Consumer Debt Collection, Robosigning, Judicial Behavior, Judicial Ethics, Litigation, Texas Law

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Texas appellate practice, judicial administration, finality of judgment, appellate procedure, interlocutory appeals

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debt collection litigation, appellate process, pro se appeals, represented vs. unrepresented litigants, empirical study of state appellate courts, Google Scholar