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Culik Law Vacates Judgments of Debt Buyer CACH, LLC

In two recent cases, Culik Law obtained court orders vacating default judgments against Massachusetts consumers by debt buyer CACH, LLC. The judgments had been entered against a Massachusetts consumer over five years earlier. The court held that the judgment was void because CACH, LLC was not...

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Wrongful Foreclosure Lawsuit to Proceed Against Astoria Bank

A Massachusetts homeowner’s claim for wrongful foreclosure is being permitted to proceed in federal court, despite banks attempt to dismiss the case. The homeowner claimed that the company who owned and serviced his mortgage, Astoria Bank, committed fraud and violated the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act by...

Attorney Joe Culik Presents at Workshop on Defeating Debt Buyers

Attorney Joe Culik is a presenter at a conference today in Boston called “Sharing Strategies for Defeating Debt Buyers,” sponsored by the National Consumer Law Center, a nationally recognized advocacy group whose mission is to work for consumer justice. The conference is an educational seminar for Massachusetts...

Culik Law Files Credit Reporting Suit Against PNC

Culik Law has filed a lawsuit against mortgage giant PNC Bank in federal court in Boston, Massachusetts. The lawsuit alleges that PNC furnished inaccurate information about a Massachusetts consumer’s account history, which was included on the consumer’s credit report. The suit also alleges that PNC unlawfully...

Culik Law Wins Bankruptcy Trial On Violation of Automatic Stay

After a trial in the Boston Bankruptcy Court, Culik Law has obtained a judgment in favor of our clients against the bank Taunton Federal Credit Union. The consumers were represented by Culik Law. The case was based on a credit union’s violation of the bankruptcy “automatic...

Jury Verdict Against Mortgage Lender in Culik Law Trial

After a three-day jury trial in Essex County Superior Court in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Culik Law won a jury verdict against a mortgage lender. The jury’s verdict awarded the homeowner $75,000 in damages, and that the homeowner owed $0 to the lender. The lawsuit claimed that the...