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Within days of Apple publicly confirming it had intentionally issued operating software designed to slow down older versions of its iPhone, a group of plaintiffs have dialed up a class action lawsuit against the tech maker, alleging Apple did so merely to push consumers to buy their newer phone models.
A Chicago debt collection law firm that sued consumers based on a former interpretation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) will have to pay attorney fees and costs to a former debtor, a Chicago federal judge has declared.
A federal judge has allowed a lawsuit to continue against Alarm.com over sales calls made by third-party vendors on behalf of the home security company.
A man is suing Loandepot.com LLC for alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A Chicago woman is suing a medical supply company in Tennessee, citing an alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A woman is suing Central Credit Services LLC, a debt collector, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A man is suing Fifth Third Bank N.A. and The Roth Morgan Firm Corp., alleging misrepresentation in debt collection.
A man is suing Waterman Financial Group LLC, which does business both as CFS Mediation and Coastal Financial Services, alleging misrepresentation in debt collection and violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A Bellwood man is suing Allied Collection Services Inc., a debt collector, alleging violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A woman is suing Enhanced Recovery Company LLC, also known as ERC, and Enhanced Resource Center, a Florida-based collection agency, citing alleged misrepresentation in debt collection and violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A consumer is suing Fifth Third Bank, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A man is suing Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, a debt collector, citing alleged misrepresentation in debt collection.
A live human person filed a civil complaint in federal court in Chicago Aug. 22 asking a judge to order a credit reporting bureau to acknowledge he is not, in fact, dead.
A debt collection company will not get a new trial or any reduction in a $2 million verdict it was ordered to pay to a woman who fended off a foreclosure action brought by the collector and who then sued the collector for improperly refusing to abide by a loan modification agreement the woman had negotiated with the FDIC before the collector purchased her debt.