The language in the collection letter contradicts or overshadows the validation notice as to whether a debtor may dispute the alleged debt through a telephone call
Debtors allegedly misled into believing they could mount challenges by phone rather than in writing can proceed with a federal court class action against the collection agency
...of Pennsylvania allowed their attorneys, from the law firm of Fineman Krekstein & Harris in Philadelphia, to withdraw from the case. For...
Medical malpractice carrier NJPURE is accusing an insurance brokerage of making false statements to doctors about it to get or keep business for competing carriers
...Jay Barry Harris, Lee Applebaum and Jennifer Tatum Root of Fineman, Krekstein & Harris co...
...Additions Daniel Muroff joined Fineman Krekstein & Harris. Muroff was previously a member of government...
A lawyer who claimed that a single phone message left by a debt collector made for 15 violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ended up proving only one, and winning only a small sliver o
...resident supervision and responsibility. Jay Barry Harris of Fineman Krekstein & Harris and Chuck Perry, corporate...
A federal magistrate judge on Tuesday chided attorneys seeking what he said are exorbitant legal fees in simple fair debt collection cases
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