To: WebmasterFrom: Stephanie Spivack email@example.comSubject: Remove My Name From This Website NowMessage:Please take my name off of this website. If you do not, I will sue you for defamation of character. I was only a paralegal here not an attorney. I advised to my greatest ability. It was up to the attorneys to do anything further. Thank you for your assistance or else legal actions will occur.
I don’t think I ever accused Ms. Spivack of being an attorney, which could presumably be an insult and and be construed to be defamatory. I certainly would feel defamed if I was accused of being a collection attorney.
Ms. Spivack is mentioned on this blog extensively because I posted my communications with her and of course I will NOT delete her name.
Any FALSE statement should be submitted to me along with the URL of the page containing the false statement and I will of course update and correct my publications.
Since my publications are truthful, Ms. Spivack cannot possibly prevail in a defamation suit.
It is quite likely that Ms. Spivack will either be a defendant in a widely publicized FDCPA lawsuit against Cohen & Slamowitz, its attorneys and collectors or she will be a witness. Just like attorneys, paralegals working for collection firms are subject to the FDCPA.
Ms. Spivack wrote:
… I advised to my greatest ability. It was up to the attorneysto do anything further. …
I would certainly appreciate more information about the attorneys’ actions or non actions.
I might remove Ms. Spivack’s name if she chooses to switch sides and she assists with the prosecution of Cohen & Slamowitz and its attorneys. Her testimony could be extremely helpful as Cohen & Slamowitz obviously disregarded the Miller ruling and blatantly continued to violate the FDCPA.
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