Tag Archives: Hunstein v. Preferred Collection and Management Services

Judge Grants Motion to Transfer a Hunstein Case

In a case that is being defended by the team at Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, a District Court judge in the Southern District of Florida has granted a defendant’s motion to transfer a Hunstein-related class action to the Middle District of Florida — where the defendant is already facing a …

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Judge Denies Stay in Hunstein Copycat Case

A District Court judge in Mississippi has denied a defendant’s motion to stay a Hunstein case, ruling that it did not meet its burden of “establishing a clear case of hardship or inequity,” and because the Eleventh Circuit has not yet “agreed to take the rare step of” granting the …

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Judge Dismisses Six Hunstein Cases for Lack of Standing

In one fell swoop on Friday, a District Court judge in New York dismissed six Hunstein cases for lack of standing, ruling that a recent Supreme Court decision “casts significant doubt on the continued viability of Hunstein” cases, but giving the plaintiffs time to amend their complaints, either in federal …

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