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Appeals Court Reverses Ruling in Favor of Collection Law Firm

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The Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has overturned a lower court’s ruling in favor of a collection law firm that was sued for attempting to collect a debt from the spouse of the actual debtor, ruling that the law firm did not exhaust all of its efforts to collect from the actual debtor … The post Appeals Court Reverses Ruling in (..)

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Collection Law Firm Fined $100k, Ordered to Stop Collecting in CT Without License

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The Connecticut Department of Banking has fined a collection law firm $100,000 — the maximum amount allowed by law — and ordered it to cease and desist from collecting in the state without a valid license. A copy of the enforcement order against the Law Offices of David M.

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Collection Law Firm Ordered to Pay Full Restitution After No Contest Plea

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The post Collection Law Firm Ordered to Pay Full Restitution After No Contest Plea appeared first on AccountsRecovery.net.

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State Appeals Court Partially Overturns Ruling Against Collection Law Firm

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A state Appeals Court in Washington has partially affirmed — and partially overturned — a lower court’s dismissal of a case against a creditor and collection law firm, ruling that the plaintiff pleaded sufficient facts to survive a motion to dismiss that the firm violated state law by not disclosing required information when filing (..)

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Daily Digest – April 16. Suit Accuses Law Firm of Filing False Affidavit of Service; CFPB Letters Demonstrate Support for State Medical Debt Credit Reporting Efforts

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Suit Accuses Law Firm of Filing False Affidavit of Service CFPB Letters Demonstrate Support for State Medical Debt Credit Reporting Efforts Judge Recommends Dismissal of FCRA ‘Permissible Purpose’ Case Against Collector Ed.

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Arrear View Mirror: How to Collect More Money in Your Law Firm

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Law firms usually collect money in arrears, ie – we’ve done the work, now kindly pay us. A bill is sent to the client; then, the firm waits to get paid. And, it can be done in a law firm. To get started, visit Red Cave's NCBA landing page , and start running your law practice like a business.

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Conn. Regulator Reduces Fine Against Collection Law Firm to $20k

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The Connecticut Department of Banking has reduced the fine against a law firm that was operating in the state without a consumer collection agency license to $20,000 from $100,000, largely on the basis that the law firm is no longer in business. A copy of the order with the Law Offices of David M. Katz […]

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