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News / 1 June 2022

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA Welcomes New Attorney to Philadelphia Office

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm with over 90 years of client service, is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Cameron W. Deane to the firms Philadelphia office.
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News / 18 August 2015

Weltman Welcomes New Attorney Scott Best

Weltman welcomes new Attorney Scott Best to the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office, where he will practice in the Consumer Collections and Commercial Collections Practice Groups.
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Alerts

Alerts / 6 April 2021

Supreme Court Issues Welcome Opinion Regarding Definition of Autodialers Under TCPA

On April 1, 2021 the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in the case Facebook, Inc. v. Noah Duguid, et al, which decided the issue whether equipment that can store and dial telephone numbers can be found to be automatic telephone dialing systems under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
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Alerts / 21 October 2020

A New CFPB Consent Order Will Impact Repossessions and Payment Processing

On October 13, 2020, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, (CFPB), issued a Consent Order against an auto lender that will affect how repossessions and payment processing are handled in the future.
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Insights

Insights / 8 September 2022

Appellate Court's Refusal to Enforce a Nursing Home's Arbitration Agreement Provides Drafting and Presentation Guidance

Despite Pennsylvania courts tendency to enforce arbitration agreements, the Pennsylvania Superior Court denied a nursing homes attempt to compel arbitration, finding that the agreement was unconscionable.
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Insights / 25 May 2022

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Provides Creditors With a New Avenue of Recovery

In Mortimer v. McCool, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that the enterprise liability doctrine can be used to pierce the corporate veil. Under this doctrine, also referred to as single-entity or horizontal liability, a plaintiff may not only pursue the corporate debtor or tortfeasor but other affiliated companies.
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