Monthly Archives: July 2014

Low moments in Kentucky law

I love teasing noted Ohio (now Washington state) lawyer Jim Bates about some of the odd things that occur in the world of the law in Ohio.  However, Kentucky has its share of odd law and ethically challeneged lawyers.  Here … Continue reading

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Privacy notices and the FDCPA

With the requirement for banks and other financial institutions to send yearly privacy notices to customers, a problem arises when that customer is in third party collection and represented by counsel.  The FDCPA generally requires that once represented by counsel, … Continue reading

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The 7th Circuit gets one wrong

In general, the 7th Circuit is the guiding light on FDCPA cases.  However, in their most recent decision I think they got it wrong.   I blogged about this case previously, but can’t locate the post.  The question is what … Continue reading

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