Blog Posts in October, 2010

Student loan collection is as active as ever

Student loan collection activity is extremely active and ultra-competitive. The below-cited Department of Education "Performance Report" measures outsourced loan collection by 1) total ...
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Get this book! "The Cost of Credit."

Credit card finance regulation (stay awake!) is an intricate web of federal and state laws complicated by issues of federal preemption. I recommend the treatise, The Cost of Credi t, to any lawyer, ...
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This practice is rewarding

There is a palpable personal element to literally rescuing somebody in the middle of crisis. The credit markets can cripple people. A surprise judgment is like getting kicked in the teeth ...
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The Firm Retains Rowboat Media to Design its Website

The face of a business is its website. A competing business cannot afford to lose customers by using a cheap-looking, poorly designed website. Lawyers are no exception. In fact, I could make the ...
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The Firm hires Sheril Stanford, J.D. to its Expanding Federal Practice

I am overjoyed to announce the addition of Sheril Stanford, J.D. to The Firm's rapidly growing federal, collection-abuse practice. As previously stated, we are aggressively suing debt collection ...
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