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FCC Tackles “Slamming and Cramming”

“Slamming and cramming” might sound more appropriate in professional wrestling than telecommunications, but it’s the Federal Communications Commission and not the WWE that’s making moves in this area. On June 7, the Commission approved new rules aimed at stopping both … Continue reading

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Very Pissed Off Judge – Slamming Bank of America

Bank of America In re Sundquist v. Bank of America, Case No. 10-35624 (Bankruptcy court, E.D. CA. 1/18/18) Bank of America, with a gun to the Sundquists’ heads… This motion to dismiss begans a hostage standoff. Bank of America, with … Continue reading

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Slamming the Courthouse Doors Shut

Often we hear that the goal of tort reformers is to slam the doors to the courtroom shut for people injured by corporations. Yet often its judges and lawyers who fight hardest to keep poor people from litigating. What is … Continue reading

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