Participating in Court Conferences Does Not Constitute Appearing in Litigation

A homeowner sought appellate relief from the trial court’s order denying her motion for relief from a default judgment and entry of foreclosure.  In Seleme v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, the Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision finding that though the homeowner participated in telephone conferences, she never appeared in the foreclosure matter or requested a settlement conference pursuant to Indiana Code section 32-30-10.5-8.5(c).  Therefore, the Court of Appeal’s held that default judgment was properly rendered.

About Curtis T. Jones

Curtis Jones (CUJO) is a Partner in the Appellate, Litigation and Insurance Groups at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP (BME). ~Before joining BME, I served for two years as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Theodore (Ted) R. Boehm in the Supreme Court of Indiana. Since 2006, I have worked extensively on a number of complex business and commercial litigation matters and have handled numerous appeals in the Indiana Appellate Courts and Seventh Circuit. I have also assisted insurers, wholesalers, agents, brokers and insureds in the insurance industry analyze, litigate and/or resolve coverage issues.~ For more information about Curtis T. Jones: http://www.boselaw.com/people.cfm/staff/219
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