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Consumer Protection – Personal Jurisdiction – Va. Long-Arm Statute – Correspondence (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court has jurisdiction over defendant law firms that allegedly offered fraudulent debt reduction services in this suit filed by Capital One Bank, based on the firms’ correspondence sent into Virginia. The complaint notes that over 8,000 letters were sent by the law firm defendants to plaintiffs’ offices nationwide, and Defendants have collectively ...

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