FDCPA Attorney – Rex Anderson Answers Questions on NBC 25's Ask The Lawyer
Rex Anderson went on NBC 25 to answer questions that people were asking on the news channels Facebook page. Watch the vidoe to see what he had to say related to debt collection.
Hot Coffee – Going To Court To Gain Justice Is…Heroic!
Hot Coffee reveals what really happened to Stella Liebeck, the Albuquerque woman who spilled coffee on herself and sued McDonald’s, while exploring how and why the case garnered so much media attention, who funded the effort and to what end.
After seeing this film, you will decide who really profited from spilling hot coffee. Take Action and take some steps to understand what really happened and fight back
Debt Collection – Rex Anderson on ABC 12 Teaching a Debt Collection Seminar
If bill collectors are calling you at anytime and anywhere to collect a debt, they are in violation of the FDCPA laws. Watch this video to find out more.
Personal Injury – Rex Anderson on What To Do When You Get Hurt
Find out what to do if you have been injured.
One of Barry's former students, FDCPA attorney Rex Anderson, said he has filed about 50 debt collection lawsuits in the past 12 months, an increase over previous years.
"Within the last month, I've had five people call me in tears telling me that the debt collector told them the police were on the way to arrest them at their home, place of employment or at a grocery store," he said.
And many of them don't realize they have the right to be treated with dignity, he said.
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The TCPA is one of the most popular federal consumer laws of all time. Its purpose is to protect our right to privacy.
This law allows “we the people” to choose how, when, and by what means we are contacted by telemarketers and debt collectors.
Download the full article The Telephone Consumer Protection Act – What's It All About?
Published Legal Opinions
Davison Michigan Attorney Wins Mortgage Fraud Case – A Davison Index newspaper article that Rex Anderson was featured in related to mortgage fraud.
A United States Court of Appeals Judge for the 6th Circuit in Cincinnati has ruled in favor on a Lapeer family in its case against U.S. National Bank and Saxon Mortgage Services over a fraudulent mortgage. Davison Attorney Rex Anderson represented the family in what he called a “long, hard fought battle.”
The court recently ruled the bank was not entitled to an “equitable” mortgage while in the sole and exclusive possession of the lender. The lower court ruled the the lender’s notary lied that the homeowners signed a mortgage in Oakland County when the homeowners were in California at the time.
Article Source: Davison Index News
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Mortgage Fraud Case – Court Opinion (January 3, 2012)
COLE, Circuit Judge. Appellants U.S. National Bank and Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc., appeal the order of the district court overturning a judgment of the bankruptcy court granting them an equitable mortgage on property owned by Debtors Daniel and Sheryl Sutter. We AFFIRM the judgment of the district court.
Download Court Opinion: Mortgage Fraud Case (10-1656) from U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit Court
Davison Michigan Attorney Helps Reverse Bankruptcy Court Decision (August 11, 2009)
This matter came before the court on appellants Lawrence Conley and Stephanie K. Conley’s August 22, 2008 appeal of the bankruptcy court’s Order Granting Motion to Quash “Qualified Written Request,” issued May 6, 2008. Appellee filed its brief November 12, 2008. Appellants filed a reply brief on November 24, 2008. No oral argument was heard.
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Rex Anderson in the News
Anderson, right, is seen receiving his flag from Don Smith, president of the Flag City Chapter. The group lowered the old flag, which Anderson said has been flying over his practice for about three years, and ran the new flag up the pole for him.
Anderson thanked the group and said he considered it to be “an honor” to be selected.
– Photo by Gary Gould
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