Monthly Archives: September 2017

Screw up, write a check

An Eight Circuit court opinion shows the dangers of mass practice of collection cases. ¬†I suspect that the Plaintiff would not have succeeded in their appeal had the Defendant (the Plaintiff in the collection action) hadn’t served discovery in a … Continue reading

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Least sophisticated consumer and amount of the debt

A recent Second Circuit decision has a nice discussion of the least sophisticated consumer standard and the requirement that the demand state the amount of the debt.  Opinion here.

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