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Ginsburg to miss Supreme Court arguments for first time ever

The first case is a battle over the preemption of federal and state laws, and the second case is over fair debt collection laws and whether they apply to nonjudicial foreclosures, which do not require ... read more

Sixth Circuit: FDCPA Requirement to Cease Collection Pending Debt Validation Can Include Third-Party Activities

(The U.S. Supreme Court recently held oral argument in Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP, et al., which will resolve a circuit split on whether the FDCPA applies to non-judicial foreclosure proceedin... read more

Foreclosure dispute gets U.S. Supreme Court review

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide whether ... firm that sought foreclosure on behalf of lender Wells Fargo & Co. The issue is whether the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, which protects borro... read more

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Supreme Court debates the meaning of 'debt collector' in financial crisis foreclosure case

In 2016, about 200,000 homes were lost to foreclosure in states that permit lenders to foreclose on a property without going to court. Business groups have argued that these so-called non-judicial ... ... read more


The “Meaningful Attorney Involvement” Standard

Other courts reason that the FDCPA applies since the purpose ... there is much uncertainty regarding whether a non-judicial foreclosure is properly characterized as debt collection. Next summer, the U ... read more

Tuesday round-up

Idaho, in which the justices will decide whether a criminal lawyer can refuse to file an ... The calendar for the January sitting, which will begin on January 7, is available on the Supreme Court's we... read more

Bondi says Fla. SC should decide foreclosure question

Court rules that apply to this case require certification from the court before Bondi's office may appeal the Stern decision to the Florida Supreme Court ... documents for clients in the debt collecti... read more

Paying for Punishment

Private lenders or, more commonly, debt collection companies can in some cases bypass bankruptcy proceedings and take non-paying debtors directly to civil court ... for judges to ask whether or not de... read more

US Bank: The Legal Challenges of Default Servicing

It's a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) action dealing with the issue of whether the FDCPA, which protects borrowers, applies in foreclosure proceedings ... the U.S. Supreme Court. From a le... read more

Chase v. Mississippi

May 19 2016 Record received from the Supreme Court of Mississippi. The record is electronic. May 25 2016 DISTRIBUTED for Conference of June 9, 2016. Jun 13 2016 DISTRIBUTED for Conference of June 16, ... read more



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