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Michigan Foreclosure Process Must Stop When Homeowners Dispute Validity of Debt (FDCPA) Per Sixth Circuit
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The US Supreme Court will hear argument as to whether a lower court ruling weakening the prohibition on "vulgar" trademarks should stand - Detroit Trademark Attorney John Hilla (866) 674-2317
A Bankruptcy Court has ruled that omissions or misstatements on applications for public benefits prior to a bankruptcy filing can give a creditor a basis for obtaining a ruling that a debt scheduled in the later bankruptcy owed to that agency is not dischargeable - Detroit Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney John Hilla (866) 674-2317
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An Office Action is a response to a trademark registration initiated by the US Patent and Trademark Office when the attorney assigned to examine your registration has concerns about your application. Detroit Trademark Attorneys - (866) 674-2317