In his Debtor/Creditor Law Wrap-Up, David M. Barshay, a member of Baker, Sanders, Barshay, Grossman, Fass, Muhlstock and Neuwirth, discusses the growing student loan crisis and its toll on the housing market, a recent case involving the applicable statute of limitations in a collection suit, and another case on whether an account holder can sue his bank for money damages when an account is restrained without the account holder having received a disclosure informing him that a portion of his money is exempt.
Student Loan Debt, Borrowing Statute, Damages Against Banks
New York Law Journal
April 12, 2012
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