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Unifund CCR Case Dismissed for Failure to Timely Serve Summons

Related to the issue in our last blog post, we caused the dismissal of a $14,000 case on the grounds that the plaintiff, Unifund, CCR, LLC, waited too long to properly serve our client. Almost a year ...
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This week, The Firm quickly disposes cases by Mel Harris and Pressler & Pressler

The first case, brought by Mel S. Harris & Associates on behalf of LR Credit 10, LLC enabled us to quickly move to overturn a judgment based on the fact that our client never lived in New York, ...
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Midland Funding, LLC and Pressler & Pressler, LLP ignored procedure to oppose debtor's claim of exempt money in his frozen bank account; Bank account restraint vacated.

The lessons of this case: In opposition to your lawful claim of exemption to a bank seizure, a judgment creditor must: Serve you with its opposition papers at the current address listed on your claim ...
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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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