From issues with credit reporting, to pesky debt collectors, to tenant remedy cases, no case is too small or to large for us to tackle.
From shareholder disputes to business insurance disputes, we’re litigators first and foremost.
Though our private equity division, Madgett Law Capital Trust, we bring expertise and front a portion of fees in exchange for a share of the contingency.
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Partner with Madgett Law to diversify risk while gaining access to valuable experts. Madgett Law provides access to world-class capital resources allowing you to focus on doing what you do best, litigating the case. After evaluating your case, our team will create a proposal outlining staff and capital commitments in exchange for a share of the contingency. While no case is too large, we are best suited to provide capital to cases with valuations above 1MM.
Approximately 20% of our evaluated cases involve tort claims.
Approximately 60% of our evaluated cases involve commercial claims.
Approximately 10% of our evaluated cases involve patent claims
Approximately 10% of our evaluated claims involve other claims.
David J.S. Madgett and Madgett Law recently obtained a $24,000.00 verdict for Minneapolis tenants. Read about the case as covered by the Star Tribune here.
Dave Madgett, on behalf of clients, files mortgage fraud case uncovering Wells Fargo policy of unfairly manipulating mortgage escrow accounts. Read the Complaint.
David J.S. Madgett, on behalf of a group of low-income tenants, filed a class action complaint in Hennepin County District Court alleging that Minneapolis based rental management company, Housing Hub, illegally transferred the cost of repairs required by the Section 8 Program to low-income residents. Shortly after required Section 8 inspections took place, low-income residents Read more about Madgett Law Files Class Action Housing Discrimination Case[…]
The way I make my living is by suing “legitimate” debt collectors. When I say legitimate, I mean companies that are (generally) attempting to collect debts they believe (whether correctly or not) to be owed by the consumer. However, I frequently hear from people who have been contacted (most frequently on the phone) by people Read more about How to Spot a Fake Debt Collector[…]
Think twice about obtaining a credit card from your bank or credit union. While it may seem more convenient, obtaining a credit card underwritten or branded by your banking institution may present risks should you have an unexpected default. This is true because of a little known contractual term in almost all deposit account agreements. Read more about The CFPB cracks down on banks retaining funds for unpaid balances[…]
Madgett Law, LLC is proud to be a supporting contributor to the Minnesota Assistance Counsel for Veterans Stand Down Program. Veterans, please join us August 2-3 at Fort Snelling. See http://mn.gov/mdva/news/events/?id=1066-244270 for more information.
For the first time in years, consumer credit companies are increasing capital reserves. According to the Wall Street Journal, banks such as Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan, Capital One, and Discover anticipate increasing defaults in the consumer credit market. However, this news is not necessarily all doom and gloom from the consumer perspective. In an effort to Read more about Large Consumer Lenders Increasing Capital Reserves[…]
Well done Mr. Oliver!
When reports of Lori Swanson’s lawsuit against Bradstreet & Associates broke in January, it got loads of media coverage and confirmed many of the abuses of the debt buying industry. Since that time, there has been a near media black-out. It most cases, this wouldn’t be surprising; as I tell my clients, litigation is a Read more about Bradstreet Judgments Vacated, but Consumers Don’t Get Money Back[…]
The Consumerist is one of my favorite websites. Today it has an article about a guy who wrote a check to the Girl Scouts for cookies, and the check subsequently bounced. You can find it here. Basically, the article outlines how the original $42.00 dishonored check has morphed into an $800 collection account. Now this Read more about Debt Collection and Shame[…]