July 29, 2014 Case Digest
Posted on July 29, 2014
In Harris v. Barton, plaintiff alleged that defendant violated the FDCPA by falsely representing meaningful attorney involvement in the sending of collection letters. Defendant moved to dismiss, arguing that the claim was barred by the FDCPA's one year statute of limitation. The court denied the motion, finding that the date the letter was sent was disputed, and that discovery would be needed to determine the date the letter was sent.