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CACH, LLC unable to Pin Liability on Individual for Business Credit Card

We usually see CACH, LLC suing on delinquent consumer debts. But this Colorado debt buyer also sues on defaulted business accounts. But in order to hold an individual liable for a corporate ...
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The Langel Firm Secures Dismissal of CACH, LLC Case due to Affidavit Defect

Represented by Daniels Norelli Scully & Cecere, P.C. , debt-buyer, CACH, LLC, sued our client for an alleged Bank of America (FIA) credit-card debt. Although the amount at issue was small, the ...
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The Langel Firm Swiftly Causes Release of Bank Account and Convinces Colorado Capital Investments, Inc. and Daniels Norelli to Discontinue the Case

A bank-account seizure would cripple anybody. Most consumers live out of their personal checking account. A debt-collection lawyer in possession of a judgment against you can easily find where you ...
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Cach, LLC Fails to Lay Proper Evidentiary Foundation for Purported Bank Records

Debt buyers certainly do not escape "well settled standards" when relying on documentary evidence to win summary judgment. See DNS Equity Group Inc. v. Elizabeth Lavelle, 2010 N.Y. Slip Op ...
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CACH, LLC Loses Attempts at Summary Judgment and Motion to Strike

A summary judgment motion is a written request for judgment based on evidence obtained before trial. Such evidence can include documents, testimony, and affidavits by witnesses qualified to testify or ...
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10 Reasons why CACH, LLC was unable to prove its credit-card lawsuit

In CACH, LLC v. Fatima, [1] Judge Michael A. Ciaffa found ten fatal defects in CACH, LLC's case against a consumer. Debt buyer, CACH, LLC, represented by Daniels Norelli Scully & Cecere, P.C. ...
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