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Debt Collectors and Loan Servicers’ Clear Message from Eleventh Circuit’s Hunstein Decision - Use of Third-Party Vendor Could Violate FDCPA

USA - April 29 2021 In a unanimous decision with potentially far-reaching implications for the loan servicing and debt collection industries, the United States Court of…

Steven M. Kaplan, Thomas V. Panoff, Joy Tsai, Megan S. Webster

Florida Supreme Court Holds that Each Default Resets the Statute of Limitations for Filing a Foreclosure Complaint

USA - November 3 2016 On November 3, in a case that was closely watched by industry participants, the Florida Supreme Court held that a mortgagor's default that occurs…

Debra Bogo-Ernst, Lucia Nale, Thomas V. Panoff, Joseph M. Snapper

For The Second Time, Federal Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Proposed OCC Fintech Charter

USA - September 4 2019 On Tuesday (September 3, 2019), the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued an order dismissing a lawsuit filed by the Conference of…

Thomas V. Panoff

Continued impact of Dukes on class actions: Ninth Circuit cases on gender discrimination and wage and hour

USA - October 11 2011 The decision in Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, 131 S. Ct. 2541 (2011) continues to have a profound impact on employment class actions across the country.

Lori A. Zahalka, Lisa Walgenbach Cornehl, Robert P. Davis, Marcia E. Goodman

Supreme Court: Fannie Mae’s “Sue-and-be-Sued” Authority Does Not Grant Federal Courts Jurisdiction Over All Cases Involving Fannie Mae

USA - January 19 2017 The Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) operates under a corporate charter, which authorizes Fannie Mae “to sue and to be sued, and to…

Debra Bogo-Ernst, Lucia Nale, Thomas V. Panoff