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  • TACKLING CONSUMER DEBT: THERE IS HOPE
    TACKLING CONSUMER DEBT: THERE IS HOPE

    The internet is flooded with a myriad of articles, videos, studies etc. on competing theories for the repayment of debt. These theories range from the debt snowball to the debt avalanche to the debt ...

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  • Consumer Beats Debt of Nearly a Hundred Thousand Dollars
    Consumer Beats Debt of Nearly a Hundred Thousand Dollars

    Our office handles cases both large and small. We regularly help people who owe smaller debts and appear in small claims court, we also regularly help people save homes and handled cases with the ...

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  • 2nd Circuit Holds Contract Law Precludes Consumer from Revoking Consent under TCPA
    2nd Circuit Holds Contract Law Precludes Consumer from Revoking Consent under TCPA

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit determined that black letter contract law does not allow a party to revoke consent under the TCPA without the consent of the counterpart to ...

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  • HAVE AN ISSUE WITH YOUR SERVICER? WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP!
    HAVE AN ISSUE WITH YOUR SERVICER? WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP!

    It is well established that consumer protection statutes are to be “construed liberally in order to best serve Congress’ intent” in affording consumers the maximum level of protection available. See ...

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  • Speak Up: You Could be Stopping a Grave Injustice.
    Speak Up: You Could be Stopping a Grave Injustice.

    The False Claims Act, which is also commonly referred to as Qui Tam or the Lincoln Law is one of the oldest laws in the United States. The first whistleblower law was enacted into legislation in 1778, ...

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  • Who Is NOT A Debt Collector Under Florida Law
    Who Is NOT A Debt Collector Under Florida Law

    Fla. Stat. § 559.55 , more commonly known as the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act, defines a debt collector in Florida as any person who uses any instrumentality of commerce within the state ...

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