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  • Am I bound by an arbitration agreement I did not sign?

    TCPA Government-Debt Exception Barr v. Am. Assn. of Political Consultants, ___U.S.___ (2020) The United States Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, striking down the 2015 government-debt exception to the TCPA and upholding the ban on robocalls made to cell phones. The Bullet Point: Congress passed theMore

  • McGlinchey Welcomes Litigator Caroline Manne in D.C.

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce the hire of Caroline Manne in the firm’s national Consumer Financial Services Litigation and Commercial Litigation practice groups in Washington. Licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and New York, Caroline represents McGlinchey’s clients in a wide variety of commercial litigation and financial services litigation matters in federalMore

  • McGlinchey Launches Podcast That Brings You “More”

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce the launch of its podcast, “More With McGlinchey,” available now where you listen to podcasts. “We know our clients look to us to cut through the noise in distilling the issues that matter to them,” said Rudy Aguilar, McGlinchey’s Managing Member. “We’re committed to providing information where our audienceMore

  • Am I a party entitled to enforce a promissory note?

    Shareholder Derivative Lawsuit Aungst v. Light, 9th Dist. Summit No. 29349, 2020-Ohio-3347 In this appeal, the Ninth Appellate District affirmed the trial court’s decision, finding that when a shareholder’s derivative lawsuit is based upon acts beyond a corporation’s authority (i.e., an ultra vires act) that have already been committed, the shareholder must demonstrate that itsMore

  • Am I a third-party beneficiary under a contract?

    Third-Party Beneficiary Santagate v. Pennsylvania Higher Edn. Assistance Agency (PHEAA), 10th Dist. Franklin No. 19AP-705, 2020-Ohio-3153 In this appeal, the Tenth Appellate District affirmed the trial court’s decision in part, holding that student loan servicing is not a consumer transaction under the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act (CSPA) and that the consumer was not anMore

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