On September 21, 2018, a class action lawsuit was filed against Midland Credit Management and the Schreiber/Cohen law firm of Salem, New Hampshire, on behalf of two Massachusetts residents who were sued on consumer debts by Midland Funding after the Delaware three-year limitations period had expired.
On October 5, 2018, a judge of the Orange District Court dismissed a collection lawsuit brought by Midland Funding on the ground that it was filed beyond the three-year Delaware statute of limitations.
The class action lawsuit brought against Barclays Bank Delaware and the Stillman Law Office for filing collection lawsuits beyond the three-year Delaware statute of limitations remains pending.
Attorney Kenneth D. Quat represents the consumers in these lawsuits. The Midland class action is being co-counseled with Greater Boston Legal Services and the National Consumer Law Center.
By Kenneth D. Quat, Massachusetts Consumer Rights Attorney.
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