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The Legg Law Firm is committed to protecting the rights of consumers and has represented hundreds of consumers victimized by unfair, abusive and predatory business practices.
We promote justice for consumers by demanding a fair marketplace. We forcefully protect the rights of consumers, especially those of modest means who normally do not have any recourse. We are committed to fighting the frivolous defenses employed by major corporations to delay and deny justice. Major corporations not only nickel and dime and take advantage of their customers on a daily basis, they have also attacked the consumer protections that are intended to keep them honest. They have dismantled federal regulations and use these pro-corporation laws to preempt the state consumer protection laws that still remain.
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Scott Borison Testified in Support of Historic Changes to Maryland Foreclosure Laws
In the 2007-2008 legislative session before the Maryland General Assembly, Scott Borison testified in favor of three laws that were passed by the legislature and enacted as emergency legislation.
The first law relating to the foreclosure process is the first changes in the law in over 200 years to provide additional protections to homeowners. The law now mandates personal service on the homeowner of notice of foreclosure.
The second law updated the Protection of Homeowners in Foreclosure Act. This law was first enacted in 2005. Scott Borison testified in 2005 and again testified in support of the amendments to the law to eliminate loopholes in the law.
The third law enacted a law specifically directed at mortgage fraud.
Mortgage Class Action Suits
Many people are lured in by claims of "no cost" refinances -- but think about it. Why would they do it? They do it because they are making money. When they say "no cost" all they mean is that they are not asking you to come up with cash at the settlement table. Instead they finance these charges costing you even more.
Bankruptcy Law Changes
Scott Borison testified before the Maryland Senate in support of an increase to the amount of property that Marylanders are allowed to keep from their creditors. The new law, effective October 1, 2004, has doubled the amount that Marylanders may keep.
Manor Apartment Complex Class Action
If you were a tenant at the Manor Apartment Complex after May 2, 2001, a class action lawsuit may affect your rights.
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