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"Successfully Defending Your Credit Card Lawsuit: What to Do If You Are Sued for a Credit Card Debt" by Richard A. Klass, Esq.

Announcing Richard A. Klass' new book:

Successfully Defending Your Credit Card Lawsuit:
What to Do If You Are Sued for a Credit Card Debt

by Richard A. Klass, Esq.

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If you are faced with a credit card lawsuit, this book, Successfully Defending Your Credit Card Lawsuit by Richard A. Klass, may help you present a more robust defense. This book offers sample pleadings and motions, numerous free forms and instructions, and descriptions of the defenses and procedures in the "typical" case.... (read more)

 


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Lawyer Misses the Bus
(a $300,000 tale of woe)
Summer 2014

The cabbie’s nightmare began with courtesy and continued with insult and injury. It began as just another busy day in the life of a New York livery cab driver: picking up and dropping off passengers. On this particular day, the cabbie had pulled to the curb just past a bus stop in Manhattan to let out a passenger. He then stepped out of the car to open the passenger’s door. Perhaps he thought a little extra courtesy might result in a bigger tip but, no matter the reason, in this case, it cost him dearly....(more)

 

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