Judge Tells Debt Collection Firm To Pay Stranger $115 For Dragging Him To Court

Judge Tells Debt Collection Firm To Pay Stranger $115 For Dragging Him To Court

Last week, a Brooklyn judge ordered strongly suggested that the law firm of Pressler & Pressler, “one of the biggest in the collection industry,” pay a day’s worth of income to the man they falsely accused of owing an unpaid debt. To encourage the firm to do the right thing, Judge Noach Dear scheduled a sanctions hearing but told the firm’s lawyer, T. Andy Wang, that he might drop it if they pay up. [More]

U.S. Fidelis Hires Former Attorney General Ashcroft's Law Firm

U.S. Fidelis Hires Former Attorney General Ashcroft's Law Firm

U.S. Fidelis, the auto warranty company that’s currently being investigated by 40 state attorneys general for questionable business practices, has hired the law firm headed by former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. The firm won’t represent the company in litigation, but is supposed to provide an internal review of their practices. They’ll also provide draping cloths for any immodest statuary, and wiretap kits for employees of interest. Hey, it’s hard to do topical humor on someone who’s been out of office for 4 years.

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