We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Objections: Title Max v. Northington[1] – Part II

By Lawrence R. Ahern, III, Brown & Ahern
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Background

Part I of this article examined the "special" creditors – subprime consumer title-pawn lenders – who were the subject of a recent Eleventh Circuit opinion, Title Max v. Northington (In re Northington).2 There, a panel ruled (2-1, with a strong dissent) that under Georgia law applied in . . .

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