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  1. Hi...Just re-reading some things I have printed off and in re-reading Bock v Pressler and Pressler about the "meaningful attorney review" mostly about FDCPA 1692 and so looked at the case I currently have and the dunning letter is signed by one attorney, lawsuit signed by another attorney and the case management conference papers signed by yet another attorney....I figured well I guess it is one thing for an attorney to sign dunning letter but shouldn't the attorney who signed the lawsuit also be the one signing the case management forms???
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