• 05.16.16

    Supreme Court Requires Actual Harm to Pursue FCRA Claims

    In a carefully drawn 6-2 decision authored by Justice Samuel Alito, the Supreme Court of the United States has today ruled in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins that a plaintiff must show an injury in fact before pursuing a claim for violation of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), a holding that ...

  • 03.01.16

    Madden Tells SCOTUS That Marketplace Lenders Should Not Worry About Madden

    As the Marketplace Lending (MPL) industry gears up for the upcoming conference trifecta—ABS Vegas, AltFi Europe and LendIt USA 2016, the effect of the Midland Funding, LLC et al. v. Saliha Madden case and its pending appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court is palpable.

  • 09.26.13

    Expansion of California’s Anti-Deficiency Laws Means More Litigation For Creditors

    Turning a narrow consumer shield into a potentially broad sword, this summer California expanded its anti-deficiency judgment laws to prohibit not only the judicial pursuit of mortgage deficiency balances, but also to declare that post-foreclosure deficiencies can be neither “owed” nor ...



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