Blog Posts in August, 2014

NYC regulation of process servers upheld despite constitutional challenges

Process servers will remain obligated to comply with Administrative City Code § 20, a New York City law that governs the licensing and behavioral conduct of process servers. This decision [1] ...
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Secondary Debt collectors Must Comply with Initial Notice Requirements, holds NY Federal Judge

An article [1] in Today's New York Law Journal discussed Tocco v. Real Time Resolutions [2] that decided an issue dividing the courts: whether subsequent debt collectors are obligated to comply ...
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Court broadened potential liability for debt collection activity

A loan servicer's disclosure of information to a company it hired to probe into a debtor's assets was deemed a "communication" under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Two core ...
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