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The Pandemic’s Toll on Small Landlords 

Mom-and-pop landlords have been forgoing maintenance due the eviction moratorium, as a new study reports that 28% of landlords were found deferring maintenance on at least one of their units during the pandemic.

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The Obduskey Effect: Foreclosures, FDCPA, and the Supreme Court

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act’s definition of “debt collectors” has led to both extensive litigation and contradictory Circuit Court decisions. Codilis & Associates member Lauren Riddick dives into the impact of the case, and discusses how the results may clear up some of these contradictions.

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The “Meaningful Attorney Involvement” Standard

Here’s why law firms serving clients in the default industry must be familiar with cases addressing “meaningful attorney involvement.” Editor’s note: This feature originally appeared in the January issue of DS News, out now.

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