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The Supreme Court just held that TILA rescission is accomplished with notice alone

USA - January 13 2015 Until today, courts were split over what steps borrowers must take to rescind a home loan. Some courts had ruled that a borrower simply had to send a…

Lust not required for sexual harassment

USA - June 28 2010 The Department of the Army lost its argument that its supervisor could not have sexually harassed his subordinate because he was not sexually attracted to her.

Lawrence T. Lynch.

Attempting to collect a time barred debt does not violate the FDCPA so long as litigation is not threatened

USA - April 26 2011 Debt collectors do not violate the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act by attempting to collect a debt that the statute of limitations bars, so long as litigation is not threatened -- at least so says the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Wisconsin Employers Targeted for Technical Violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act

USA - April 4 2016 Within the past year, one Wisconsin resident has filed several class-action lawsuits against Wisconsin employers. In each case, the resident claimed…

Timothy J. Bucher.

Good faith as a TCPA defense?

USA - December 16 2013 Good faith might be a defense to a TCPA claim according to Judge Roger T. Benitez of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California…