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Blog Posts in 2018

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  • MTGLQ
    MTGLQ

    Please contact us if MTGLQ has filed a foreclosure on your mortgage or is trying to collect money from you, or has so attempted within the last year. We can help you both defend claims against you and ...

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  • Yakte Properties
    Yakte Properties

    Please contact us if Yakte Properties is attempting to foreclose on your home or collect money from you, in Illinois. We can help you both defend the claims against you and assert your rights under ...

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  • Illinois Institute of Art lawsuit
    Illinois Institute of Art lawsuit

    The National Student Legal Defense Network (NSLDN) and Edelman Combs Latturner & Goodwin, LLC filed a class action lawsuit in Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court on December 6, 2018 on behalf of ...

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  • Revised Illinois exemptions
    Revised Illinois exemptions

    Public Act 100-922, effective Jan. 1, 2019, adds to the list of property exempt from judgment moneys held in educational expense accounts and similar types of educational savings accounts, including, ...

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  • Tribal Payday Loans
    Tribal Payday Loans

    In one of our cases, Jackson v. Payday Financial, LLC, No. 12-2617, 2014 WL 4116804 (7th Cir., August 22, 2014), the federal court of appeals in Chicago rejected an attempt by payday lenders ...

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  • Navient
    Navient

    We are currently representing student loan borrowers with complaints about Navient, the third largest student loan servicer in the United States. One complaint is that Navient steered borrowers toward ...

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