If you have a claim against debt collection law firm, Mann Bracken, LLP, the deadline to file is Friday, June 25, 2010. I cannot give you legal advice on Maryland law, but you are supposed to send a copy of this claim to the receiver’s attorney, James M. Hoffman of Offit Kurman, P.A., in Bethesda, Maryland. You should ensure timely delivery before close of business, at the Circuit Court for Montgomery County. 50 Maryland Avenue; Rockville, MD 20850 and reference the case as: Mann Bracken, LLP v. Connell A. Loftus, Esq.; Case No. V327646.
I am aware that many of the claims submitted were by companies that provided services, such as process serving, to this massive debt collection law firm, which had close ties with Axiant, which previously filed for bankruptcy. I was advised that since all Mann Bracken’s law offices have been closed and their staff let go, it is unlikely Mann Bracken will ever be back in business or be able to pay all the claims submitted.
If you are sued or harassed by a debt collector, you have substantial rights that you should protect and not delay, so that a default judgment is not entered against you. Please review your options at www.stopcollectionlawsuits.com and contact me if you have any questions or need representation against a debt collector or creditor.