Healthcare Association of New York State Wins Important Victory: Federal Court Permanently Enjoins New York from Implementing or Enforcing "Union Neutrality Law"

On September 7, 2011, following several years of litigation in the federal district court and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and a related case from California that was heard in the U.S. Supreme Court, the Hon. Neal P. McCurn, … Continue reading →

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  1. Annemaaike says:

    Well, as long as he’s allowed to pay ahead in the state of Michigan, I upspose so. A cash advance is the same as cash. Once he gives that cash to someone else, it’s no longer his. It would be the same as borrowing the money from the bank. He can do what he likes with the cash, but is obligated to pay back the loan to the credit card company. If he’s willing to pay it all up front, and that is ok with the courts, the mother should take the money and run. It’s up to him at that point whether to pay back the credit card company or let it ruin his credit and declare bankruptcy.

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