Tag Archives: pro se

Ohio State Law Journal releases first-ever issue of Sixth Circuit Review

With its first issue published yesterday, the Ohio State Law Journal’s new Sixth Circuit Review  is meant to be a “digital public square” for discussion of Sixth Circuit cases and longer-term circuit trends.  The new online-only publication invites all—whether practitioners, academics, judges or students—to contribute articles that are both practical and scholarly, as well as to … Continue Reading

Sixth Circuit Reverses Dismissal Against Pro Se FDCPA Plaintiffs

In Lisa Bridge v. Ocwen Federal Bank, the Sixth Circuit reversed a dismissal in a FDCPA case brought by pro se plaintiffs regarding their mortgage.  Lisa Bridge, the only person listed on her mortgage, owed monthly payments to Aames Capital Corporation.  Her bank, Firstar, refused to honor her April mortgage check.  Thereafter, Lisa ordered Firstar … Continue Reading