Update on Deceptive Lending

Customers say Marlin Financial’s auto loans are deceptive Now the state is investigating. BRUNDAGE LAW  P.A. is here to help. Click to read more

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Second DCA Reverses $16.5 million Judgment Against Pinellas County

The Second District Court of Appeal yesterday issued an opinion in which it reversed a $16.5 million judgment against Pinellas County that had been previously entered in favor of the Richman Group, a ubiquitous multi-family developer with apartment projects across Florida. Richman Group had sued Pinellas County for denying its request for an amendment to… Read more »

Florida Federal District Court Rules on Statute of Limitations to Collect Judgment

In a case of first impression, Judge Mark Walker, United States District Judge, Northern District of Florida, ruled recently that a judgment creditor seeking to recover assets to reduce an outstanding judgment has 20 years to bring fraudulent transfer claims against third parties. The Court reconciled the 4- year statute of repose that governs fraudulent… Read more »

Brundage Law exposes Unlawful Lending Practices

Recently, Brundage Law, P.A. earned a very satisfying victory for its client in a lawsuit against Marlin Financial, Inc.  in which it proved to the Court that the consumer loan made to Brundage Law’s client violated Florida usury laws and laws governing Consumer Finance Companies. In entering a temporary injunction requiring Marlin Financial to return… Read more »

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