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Harley-Davidson claimed dealer’s part installation voided warranty – $86,879 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff’s motorcycle was purchased in May 2010 with about 10,000 miles on it, as new. Immediately after purchase, her husband, the primary driver, noticed problems. The electrical issues were the most significant and included gauges that would drop out while ...

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Auto dealer sold vehicle without disclosing salvage history – $27,200 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiffs are twin brothers who purchased their first car together from defendant’s car dealership in August 2011 for $5,600. Defendant had purchased the vehicle in April 2011 from an auto auction for $1,600. Two weeks later, the defendant obtained a ...

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FDCPA Claim Sticks to Foreclosure Operation (access required)

Plaintiffs who lost their homes to foreclosure have stated a class count for FDCPA violations because defendants’ debt collection communications, viewed collectively, could plausibly mislead the least sophisticated consumer and affect his ability to make intelligent decisions with respect to ...

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