National Creditors Bar Association (NCBA) visits Capitol Hill to discuss fair debt collection issues
On October 15, one of our Firm’s managing partners, Mitchell Meyers, together with colleagues, attended meetings on Capitol Hill on behalf of the National Creditors Bar Association. The topics addressed included the position of the organization on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed rules governing debt collection practices, and ongoing efforts to modernize and update the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
North Carolina Court of Appeals Ruling on Summary Judgment Requirements
Thanks again to the efforts of Andrew Hoke, on December 18, 2018, the Court of Appeals issued its Opinion reaffirming that a non-moving party in a summary judgment motion must assert specific facts rebutting a showing by the movant that there is no genuine issue of material fact.
Congratulations to our associate, Olga Ivanushko, on her successful passage of the South Carolina Bar Exam. Olga was sworn into the South Carolina State Bar presided over by the state’s Chief Supreme Court Justice on November 27, 2018.
Favorable Ruling by The North Carolina Court of Appeals
Thanks to the efforts of our attorney Andrew Hoke, on July 17, 2018, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued the following opinion addressing, among other issues, the appropriate time and manner in which to raise a statute of limitations defense.