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Lack of Substitution of Counsel & Retention of Money in Violation of Court Order Found not Violative of FDCPA, Holds New York Federal Court

New York State defense litigation collides again with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA"), this time producing a fairly harsh result to the consumer. This office represents ...
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Palisades Collection, LLC failed to prove that it owned credit card debt

A debt buyer plaintiff may face substantial problems in submitting its evidence in admissible form, as debt buyer Palisades Collection, LLC found in the case Palisades v. Kedik. [1] In Kedik, ...
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Palisades Acquisition XVI, LLC and Cohen & Slamowitz, LLP fail to appear in court to face our challenge to their money judgment and bank restraint

The lesson here is that if a creditor has frozen your bank account, call us right away to 1) claim your exemptions; and 2) attack the judgment upon with the bank attachment is premised. Our client was ...
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Palisades Collection, LLC and Pressler & Pressler, LLP sued for filing successive, jurisdictionally defective lawsuits against consumer

The front page of the New York Law Journal (Nov. 4, 2011) housed this torturous story about an Erie County woman who took it upon herself to hold accountable a debt buyer, Palisades Collection, LLC, ...
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Palisades' Repeated Calls to Non-Debtor Not Barred By TCPA, Western District Holds

Does the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) provide any protection when a debt collector repeatedly telephones someone who is not the debtor? Federal courts accross the United States are split ...
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