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Litigation Practice Group Lawsuit by Business Partner All Service Financial – We Want Our Money

Another Litigation Practice Group Lawsuit by Business Partners – What is Going On Here?

Samuel J. Arsht, Esq. – SBN 100156 Jeffrey A. Meinhardt, Esq. – SBN 245090 SILVER & ARSHT 1860 Bridgegate Street, Suite 100 Westlake Village, California 91361-1409 Phone: (805) 495-4044 Fax: (805) 494-4704 E-mail: sam@silverandarsht.com, imeinhardt@silverandarsht.com Attorneys for Plaintiff ALL SERVICE FINANCIAL, LLC. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ORANGE COUNTY …

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Litigation Practice Group Lawsuit Pulls Back the Curtain and Tells One Hell of a Story

OSTERGAR LATTIN JULANDER LLP Treg A. Inlander (State Bar No. 174759) Allen C. Ostergar III (State Bar No. 166411) 9110 Irvine Center Drive Irvine, CA 92618 Telephone: 949-305-4590 Facsimile: 949-305-4591 Attorney for Plaintiff NAZ II HOLDING, LLC IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA NAZ II HOLDING, LLC, a Nevada …

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Consumers to Have Greater Access to All Debt Relief Company and Other Contracts

Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed a rule to establish a public registry of supervised nonbanks’ terms and conditions in “take it or leave it” form contracts that claim to waive or limit consumer rights and protections, like bankruptcy rights, liability amounts, or complaint rights. In some cases, terms and conditions in non-negotiable …

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Macy Hanson Loses (Then Wins) Against National Legal Staffing and Resolvly

Update Attorney Macy Hanson won on appeal. According to LAW360, “A Florida appellate panel on Thursday reversed a lower court ruling that a Mississippi attorney violated agreements prohibiting him from publicly disparaging parties and disseminating filings in prior cases, saying he wasn’t bound to follow the settlements despite the parties’ intentions of having them apply …

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This Could Shake Up the Debt Relief Industry

Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed requiring certain nonbank financial firms to register with the CFPB when they become subject to certain local, state, or federal consumer financial protection agency or court orders. Before someone says this does not apply to the debt relief industry, read 12 U.S.C. 5481(15)(viii)(II). If you read the …

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Damn. Litigation Practice Group Sure Has a Lot of Lawsuits Against Them.

Damn. Litigation Practice Group Sure Has a Lot of Lawsuits Against Them.

Litigation Practice Group just posted a court document that revealed something very informative for consumers. According to this document, “LPG is a named defendant in ten litigation matters – and a potential defendant in the eleventh matter. Ten of the eleven pending lawsuits involve allegations arising under the Credit Repair Organizations Act (“CROA”), 15 U.S.C. …

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Attorney Claims Litigation Practice Group Dragging Its Feet in Lawsuit for Consumer

The attorney, Jason Gardner, representing Carolyn Beech in a suit against Litigation Practice Group appears to be over LPG, claiming they are dragging their feet on dealing with the issues. In Beech vs. Litigation Practice Group (1:22 cv 57 – HSO-BWR) Attorney Gardner says, “As LPG admits, Plaintiff’s motion seeks to enforce discovery propounded on …

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Do You Charge Clients Small Fees for Services? Time to Evaluate Them.

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The Federal Trade Commission announced today that it is exploring a rule to crack down on junk fees proliferating throughout the economy. Junk fees are unnecessary, unavoidable, or surprise charges that inflate costs while adding little to no value. Consumers can get hit with junk fees at any stage of the purchase or payment process. …

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Debt Relief Companies Might Want to Scrub Public Reviews Right Away

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It appears the Federal Trade Commission is preparing to target fake reviews. I’ve seen my share on many debt relief sites, so this would be an excellent time to look at what your site might say. The Federal Trade Commission announced today it is exploring a potential rule to combat deceptive or unfair review and …

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