Federal District Court Ruling nails nation’s largest collection agency in a nationwide class action for not advising as to statutory FDCPA rights when original notice returned because of wrong address.

December 12, 2012
On November 29, 2012, Federal Chief Judge Solomon Oliver, Jr. certified a class action lawsuit filed by Dennis E. Murray, Sr. and Murray & Murray Co., L.P.A., on behalf of class of consumers who were victims of the unlawful debt collection practices of Midland Credit Management.  This instant victory was the product of 7 ½ years of hard-fought litigation by Murray & Murray.  The case was originally filed in 2005 in state court in Erie County, Ohio, and subsequently removed to federal court before Judge Oliver. 
Johnson v. Midland Credit Management, Inc. et al
 
Court Description:

Order For the reasons stated in the Order, Plaintiff's Second Renewed and Amended Class Certification Motion (ECF No. 155 ) is granted, and Defendant's Motion to Exclude the Opinions and Testimony of Ruoming Jin (ECF No. 159 ) is denied. As a result of the hearing held by the court, Plaintiff's Motion for Hearing on Defendants' Motion to Exclude the Opinions and Testimony of Ruoming Jin and Plaintiff's Motion for Conference/Hearing (ECF Nos. 164 , 167 ) are granted. Plaintiff's Motion for Extension of Time and Plaintiff's Motion for Appointment of Special Master are denied (ECF Nos. 172 , 177 ) as moot. Signed by Judge Solomon Oliver, Jr on 11/29/2012.(K,K)

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