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Atlantic Credit and Finance alleged to have wrongfully disclosed debt to third party

HOUSTON – A Bryan consumer alleges a debt collector wrongfully disclosed a purported debt to a third party.

Consumers claim BC Services collection calls were unlawful

TEXARKANA – Two Texarkana consumers have filed a suit against a debt collector over its collection practices.

United Recovery Systems LP alleged to have wrongfully contacted third parties about purported debt

HOUSTON – A Missouri consumer claims a Houston debt collector unlawfully contacted third parties about an alleged debt.

Consumer claims Adams, London & Weiss violated debt collection laws

SHERMAN – A Plano woman alleges a Houston debt collector used misleading representations in its attempt to collect an alleged debt.

Man alleges Westlake Financial ignored requests to stop calling him

SHERMAN – A Plano man alleges that a California company is unlawfully calling him.

Abbott appoints Jimmy Blacklock to Texas Supreme Court

AUSTIN – On Jan. 3, Gov. Greg Abbott appointed and swore in Jimmy Blacklock to the Texas Supreme Court following Justice Don Willett’s confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Consumer files suit against GC Services over alleged contact with third party

HOUSTON – A Florida consumer alleges a Houston debt collector unlawfully contacted a third party in connection with an alleged debt.

Consumer claims Compass Bank calls harassed him

GALVESTON – A Galveston consumer alleges an Alabama business harassed him with calls.

Morgan Lewis adds veteran healthcare partners

HOUSTON -- On Nov. 13, Morgan Lewis welcomed to its Houston office two veteran healthcare lawyers who represent hospitals, health systems, and other medical providers on a wide array of regulatory, transactional, litigation, and government investigations matters across the U.S.

Consumer claims Oracle Financial Group called grandmother over alleged debt

HOUSTON – A consumer residing in The Woodlands alleges that a debt collector used deceptive tactics to collect an alleged debt.

Consumer claims Fowler, Landen & Rose used abusive language in an attempt to collect alleged debt

SHERMAN – A Wylie consumer alleges a debt collector used unlawful tactics in an attempt to collect an alleged debt.

Consumer alleges calls from Spectrum were made without her consent

SHERMAN – A Dallas consumer alleges that she has been harassed by phone calls made by Spectrum.

Consumers allege they have been harassed with calls for Kia of South Austin

HOUSTON – Two Cedar Park consumers allege the joint owners and operators of Kia of South Austin have been harassing them with phone calls.

ABC Bail Bonds Co. alleged to have continued to call consumer after consent was revoked

HOUSTON – A Houston man alleges a debt collector harassed him with phone calls.

Consumer accuses lending company of telephone harassment

HOUSTON — A Kingwood woman is suing a New York lending company, alleging violation of telephone harassment statutes.

Consumer blames reporting agencies for identity theft

HOUSTON — A consumer is suing reporting agencies, alleging false reporting.

GE-Baker Hughes merger appears good for shareholders, bad for employees

General Electric announced Oct. 31 it would combine its oil and gas division with Baker Hughes in a $7.4 billion dollar deal to be completed in mid-2017.

Man files suit against Con-Way, driver after crash

LUFKIN – A Nacogdoches driver alleges he was injured in an accident with a tractor-trailer.

Liberty Mutual accuses two companies, couple of breach of indemnity

HOUSTON — Liberty Mutual is suing two Texas companies and a Sugarland couple, alleging breach of an indemnity agreement.

Verizon Wireless granted new trial in overbilling suit

BEAUMONT – A Verizon Wireless entity was recently granted a new trial in an overbilling lawsuit that previously ended in a default judgment against the company.