Blog Posts in April, 2016

5 Ways the C.A.R.D. Act is Helping Consumers of Credit

On May 22, 2009, President Barack Obama signed the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act into law. Since then, consumers have saved over 12 billion dollars, below are five ways ...
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Creditors' Burden of Proof in Student Loan Cases

To file a lawsuit, the Plaintiff is required to have standing. In order to satisfy the standing requirement: The plaintiff must have suffered an injury; Caused by defendant's actions; With a ...
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Legal Grounds for a Motion to Dismiss: New York

Litigation is litigation. Whether the subject matter is a $2,000 credit-card debt or a catastrophic personal injury case, the same basic procedural rules apply. The motion to dismiss is used to stop a ...
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What is a Confession of Judgment?

A potent tool for plaintiffs, including creditors, is a confession of judgment. Generally, a valid confession of judgment allows a party to skip almost all legal procedure and secure a judgment ...
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