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Military Lending Act doesn’t apply to auto finance deal (access required)

Where the Military Lending Act, or MLA, provides that it does not apply to auto finance transactions, a serviceman’s claim that a credit corporation violated the MLA in connection with his purchase of a vehicle was dismissed. Although the Department ...

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Tax franchisor’s former in-house counsel can represent plaintiffs (access required)

Where Liberty Tax, the tax preparation franchisor, failed to show that the confidential information its former in-house counsel obtained during his six-year tenure was substantially related to the issues in the case, its motion to disqualify him was denied. Background ...

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