Consumer Bureau's Suit Against Law Firm Faces Big Challenge

Law firm fighting debt collection suit has won against similar claims

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Represented by Mike Bowers, Fred Hanna's law firm has prevailed in other claims against its debt collection practices.

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  • Represented by Mike Bowers, Fred Hanna‘s law firm has prevailed in other claims against its debt collection practices.

  • Mike Smith

    A law firm regularly abuses the public and violates the law, and a series of judges give the law firm a pass. One judge actually suggests the plaintiff should make a complaint to the state bar about the lawyer instead of being permitted to sue for damages!

    No wonder the public has nothing but contempt for lawyers, judges and the entire American legal system.

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