Blog Posts in October, 2013

Class Action Proceeds against Bank of America for Violations of Exempt Income Protection Act

Finally, a bank may be answerable for ignoring rules to protect New Yorkers' exempt money from seizure by judgment creditors. After three federal cases denied a private right of action against ...
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Cohen & Slamowitz and Midland Funding Improperly Attempt to shift Burden to Judgment Debtor to Establish Exempt Income in Restrained Bank Account

Suddenly your bank accounts are frozen. Your money in that account represents social security income, pension funds, unemployment checks, veteran benefits, worker's compensation, wages within last ...
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Class action against LVNV Funding, Resurgent, and Mel S. Harris Survives Dismissal Motion

In Fritz v. Resurgent Capital Services, LP, [1] the plaintiffs in a class action assert claims against Resurgent Capital Services, LP, LVNV Funding, and Mel Harris, et al. for alleged violations of ...
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Colorado Capital Investments Inc. Sinks for Failure to Prove Ownership of Debt

As where many debt buyers fall short in credit card litigation, here [1] , Colorado Capital Investments failed to prove to a New York Civil Court that the defendant's "particular ...
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