Category Archives: Memorandum

Selecting Your Legal Partner: Part 3 – Making Your Selections

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – June 2022 Special Memorandum Troy, Michigan – We are proud to continue our special three part memorandum series authored by our own Kenneth L. Urwiller II, Esq. With an outstanding career working for local Michigan and ultimately National Bank Associations, Ken brings his particular knowledge to the daily matters […]

Selecting Your Legal Partner: Part 2 – How Do You Litigate?

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – May 2022 Special Memorandum Troy, Michigan – We are proud to continue our special three part memorandum series authored by our own Kenneth L. Urwiller II, Esq. With an outstanding career working for local Michigan and ultimately National Bank Associations, Ken brings his particular knowledge to the daily matters […]

Selecting Your Legal Partner: Part 1 – What’s Your Litigation Culture?

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – April 2022 Special Memorandum Troy, Michigan – At many times in its history, our Firm has been honored to employ current and former in-house counsel from financial institutions as Senior Attorneys at the Firm. Our clients, and the Firm alike, have always benefitted from their insights and experience to […]

Garnishing accounts? Don’t forget the crypto wallet.

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – March 2022 Memorandum Garnishing accounts?  Don’t forget the crypto wallet. Troy, Michigan – As creative as creditors and their attorneys can be in terms of locating and executing against money and assets of a judgment debtor, many debtors are even more creative in looking for those places where they […]

Update to Creditors regarding changes to the FDCPA – 12 CFR Part 1006 “Regulation F”

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – January 2022 Memorandum Update to Creditors regarding changes to the FDCPA – 12 CFR Part 1006 “Regulation F” Troy, Michigan – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) has recently promulgated amendments to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) which went into effect as of November 30, 2021.  The […]

Homeowners Associations And Homeowners Beware: Airbnb, VRBO And Other Short-Term Use Rentals May Be Prohibited

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – December 2021 Memorandum Homeowners Associations And Homeowners Beware: Airbnb, VRBO And Other Short-Term Use Rentals May Be Prohibited Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – Our Team’s focus has always been broader than just commercial and banking litigation.  Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors have experienced attorneys that have represented homeowners’ associations and […]

SO YOU HAVE AN ILLINOIS JUDGMENT DEBTOR; WHAT DO YOU DO NOW?

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – November 2021 Memorandum SO YOU HAVE AN ILLINOIS JUDGMENT DEBTOR; WHAT DO YOU DO NOW? Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – Contrary to the belief of many, most defendants do not automatically pay judgments upon their entry. Plaintiffs, or judgment creditors, must actively seek collection on their judgments and in many […]

CONFUSION AS TO DISTRICT COURT AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY / SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION – THE EFFECT OF ABCS TROY V. LOANCRAFT, LLC

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – October 2021 Memorandum CONFUSION AS TO DISTRICT COURT AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY/SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION – THE EFFECT OF ABCS TROY V. LOANCRAFT, LLC Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – It has been said that trial courts jealously guard their jurisdiction and will not entertain lawsuits that fall outside.  Through this approach, they […]

LENDERS BEWARE OF CFPB MORTGAGE SERVICING COVID-19 FINAL RULE- A MORATORIUM ON FORECLOSURE

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – September 2021 Memorandum LENDERS BEWARE OF CFPB MORTGAGE SERVICING COVID-19 FINAL RULE- A MORATORIUM ON FORECLOSURE Bloomfield Hills, Michigan –  As we slowly emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic that has consumed and continues to consume this nation (and the world) for the past 18 months, the Consumer Financial Protection […]

ENFORCEMENT OF MICHIGAN NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors – August 2021 Memorandum ENFORCEMENT OF MICHIGAN NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – Many employers require their employees to sign a contract preventing the employees from leaving and going to work for a competitor.  These may be separate agreements or part of a larger employment contract, included as a “noncompete […]

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