Padgett Law Group (PLG) Attorneys Steven Hurley and Marissa Yaker had the distinct pleasure of working alongside other firms in drafting and collaborating for an Amicus Brief with the United States Supreme Court in Support of the Respondent in Dennis Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP, Case No. SC 17-1307 on behalf of the Legal League 100, an industry trade association in which PLG is a member. The question presented before the United States Supreme Court is whether the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) applies to the enforcement of security interests on property through non-judicial foreclosure proceedings. The Amicus Brief was filed today, Wednesday, November 14. PLG will provide updates on the case as necessary.
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