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  • District Court Strikes Midland Funding's Notice to Admit in Credit Card Lawsuit
    District Court Strikes Midland Funding's Notice to Admit in Credit Card Lawsuit

    In short, District Court, Nassau County [1] ruled that Midland Funding, LLC may not use a Notice to Admit in lieu of laying a proper foundation for admission of documents necessary to establish its ...

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  • Retirement Funds Are Exempt from Bank Restraints in New York
    Retirement Funds Are Exempt from Bank Restraints in New York

    Are you a New York resident who maintains a bank account that consists of retirement or pension funds? If so, you should be aware that those retirement funds are beyond the reach of creditors ...

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  • CACH, LLC Loses Attempts at Summary Judgment and Motion to Strike
    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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  • FDCPA Class Action Against Erin Capital Management for Lack of Licensure
    FDCPA Class Action Against Erin Capital Management for Lack of Licensure

    The proposed class-plaintiffs in Collins v. Erin Capital Management, LLC [1] allege that Erin Capital violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA") for suing Florida consumers – and ...

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  • "Sewer Service" May Violate FDCPA, Holds New York Federal Court

    The defendants in this case [1] : Mel S. Harris & Associates and NCO Portfolio Management, Inc. The plaintiff sued these collection entities under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA") for ...

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  • Facing Medical Debt in New York? 11 Good Medical Debt Protection Laws
    Facing Medical Debt in New York? 11 Good Medical Debt Protection Laws

    Hospitals may not charge uninsured patients with income under 300% of the federal poverty level more than what the hospitals receive from Medicare, Medicaid, or the highest volume payer for that ...

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