ATTORNEY ARTICLES

Have You Been Sued By National Collegiate Student Loan Trust For Your Student Loan Debt?

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is student loan servicer. If National Collegiate Student Loan Trust has purchased your defaulted student loan debt and has filed a lawsuit against you in California, don’t be discouraged, Hyde & Swigart can help. Hyde [...]

Do You Have Student Loan Debt With National Collegiate Student Loan Trust?

Are you a California resident who has a student loan servicer that has recently turned over your student loan debt to National Collegiate Student Loan Trust? If so, Hyde & Swigart may be able to help. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust [...]

GENERAL ARTICLES

9th Circuit Rules National Banks Must Pay Interest on Mortgage Impound Accounts

In a huge win for consumers, the 9th Circuit. in Lusnak v. Bank of America ruled that the National Banking Act does not preempt California’s state escrow interest law, and consequently these banks are required to pay interest on impound [...]

In re Volkswagen: Order to Remand

Click here to view the Court’s Order Granting States’ Motions to Remand

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