Blog Posts in September, 2015

Jesse Langel Returns from Intensive Mock Trials

I was impressed with the quality of NITA's six-day mock trial program that took place from August 10, 2015 to August 15, 2015. It was demanding and exhausting, but worth every second. See my blog ...
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Debt Buyers Changing Attorneys: Do I get Notified?

Debt-collection judgments often switch hands between debt buyers. But less realized is the fairly common practice of attorneys substituting each other as well. The law requires that you get notified ...
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Unifund CCR, LLC Unable to Prove Ownership of Consumer Debt; Case Dismissed

In today's New York Law Journal appeared the decision in Unifund CCR, LLC v. Chan. [1] This case emphasized the major legal hurdle plaguing debt buyers: hearsay. Hearsay is broadly defined as ...
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Consumer Given Another Chance to Challenge Pinpoint Technologies' Affidavit of Service

Often times, consumers have to unwind their case after they've defaulted (did not appear in court). Bad service of initial papers often leads to lack of awareness, which then leads to a default ...
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