This brief supports Larry D. Jesinoski in petitioning respondants who are asking Congress to rewrite part of the Truth in Lending Act to make it less accommodating for consumers.
This brief supports the Court's decision in favor of Christina Grimes in her case against Enterprise Leasing Co. for practicing improper conduct while attempting to collect a debt.
This brief is supports William D. Butts in his case against Sikorsky Financial Credit Union regarding car repossession.
This brief supports the Appellant's positions on its claims under the Fair Business Practices Act and request that the Court reverse the Georgia Court of Appeals’ determination that contractual language may defeat a FBPA claim as a matter of law.
The amici brief focuses on the far reaching consequences for consumers of food and other products regarding the standard of First Amendment review applied to the disclosures on food labeling packaging.
Amicus Curiae Brief Expressions Hair Design v. Eric Schneiderman
Amicus Curiae Brief for Berman v. NYC
Adoption of Defendants’ position would be the death knell of virtually all meaningful enforcement of the Unfair Practices Act (UPA), NMSA 1978, §§ 57-12-1 to -22.
The solution is simple: affidavits should be filed only by individuals who have actually reviewed the physical loan documents and other records and confirmed their accuracy, and original documentation should be demanded by the courts.