Judge Grants MTD in FDCPA Case for Lack of Standing

Too little, too late, a District Court judge in New York has ruled, granting a defendant’s motion to dismiss a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case, determining that claims raised by the plaintiff in opposing the motion to dismiss to prove she had standing do not reach the threshold necessary …

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State Court Judge Dismisses Hunstein Class Action

A state court judge in Illinois has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss a Hunstein class-action case, ruling that the process of the defendant sending the information to the vendor that prepared and mailed the collection letter was not a communication in connection with the collection of a debt, and …

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