Consumer Financial Services Litigation

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  • The Federal Foreclosure Moratorium is Extended

    Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, PL 116-136, enacted March 27, 2020, a federally backed mortgage loan was subject to a foreclosure moratorium from March 18, 2020, through May 17, 2020. That moratorium has expired, and there is no federal legislative prohibition on foreclosures. However, agencies have taken action to keepMore

  • Alert Update: Preliminary injunction prohibits enforcement of portions of Massachusetts emergency debt collection regulation

    Yesterday (May 21, 2020), Judge Stearns granted the Motion for Clarification, confirming that he intended to grant a preliminary injunction as well as the TRO with his prior order. This means that the emergency regulation’s prohibition against debt collection calls in Massachusetts will remain unenforceable for the duration of the regulation period unless the Attorney General successfully moves to dissolve the preliminary injunction.

  • FCRA Litigation Pitfalls to Watch Out For

    Among the major laws regulating the credit and collection industry, the Fair Credit Reporting Act is one where the number of lawsuits is consistently increasing. Companies in the industry are defending themselves against more FCRA lawsuits than ever before. On May 26, 2020, Gregg Stevens (Dallas) will participate in a panel of leading compliance expertsMore

  • Eight McGlinchey Practices, 19 Attorneys honored in Chambers USA 2020

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce that 19 attorneys and eight practice areas have been recognized in the 2020 edition of Chambers USA – America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

  • A Discussion of New Laws Enacted in the 2019 California Legislative Session

    Sanford Shatz (Irvine) presented “A Discussion of New Laws Enacted in the 2019 California Legislative Session” at a Banking and Lending section presentation to the Orange County Bar Association on May 19, 2020. The California legislature had another active year passing more than 1000 bills, some of which impact the Banking and Lending Industry. Those billsMore

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