New York City Debt Collection Defense Attorney

Blog Posts in 2010

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  • Listen to this recorded telephone abuse!
    Listen to this recorded telephone abuse!

    The below link contains news coverage calls made a Bank of America debt collector. Disgusting. Racist, pornographic. Even targeted someone who owed nothing. Brian Ross, Chief Investigative ...

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  • Jesse returns from NCLC consumer rights conference
    Jesse returns from NCLC consumer rights conference

    Three days of presentations about the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Student Loan law, and credit card regulation have just been completed. This conference was led by ...

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  • Student loan collection is as active as ever
    Student loan collection is as active as ever

    Student loan collection activity is extremely active and ultra-competitive. The below-cited Department of Education "Performance Report" measures outsourced loan collection by 1) total dollars ...

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  • Get this book!
    Get this book! "The Cost of Credit."

    Credit card finance regulation (stay awake!) is an intricate web of federal and state laws complicated by issues of federal preemption. I recommend the treatise, The Cost of Credi t , to any lawyer, ...

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  • This practice is rewarding
    This practice is rewarding

    There is a palpable personal element to literally rescuing somebody in the middle of crisis. The credit markets can cripple people. A surprise judgment is like getting kicked in the teeth ...

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  • The Firm Retains Rowboat Media to Design its Website
    The Firm Retains Rowboat Media to Design its Website

    The face of a business is its website. A competing business cannot afford to lose customers by using a cheap-looking, poorly designed website. Lawyers are no exception. In fact, I could make the ...

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