Tag Archives: Hunstein

Judge Denies MTD in Hunstein Copycat Case

A District Court judge in Washington has denied a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for allegedly communicating information about a debt with an unauthorized third party that printed and mailed a collection letter to the plaintiff, ruling that the language of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act …

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Pa. Judge Denies Stay Request in Hunstein Case

A District Court judge in Pennsylvania has denied a defendant’s motion to stay a Hunstein case pending the outcome of the en banc rehearing scheduled later this month before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, ruling that regardless of how the Eleventh Circuit rules, it will not have “binding precedence” …

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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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How Hunstein and Tax Code Changes Are Impacting ARM M&A Market

Even the Hunstein ruling out of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals will likely not be able to dampen enthusiasm for investors and others that are interested in merger and acquisition activity in the accounts receivable management industry, noted Michael Lamm of Corporate Advisory Solutions in the latest episode of …

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