By Alexander E. Schmidt, Law Clerk to the Honorable John P. Gustafson (Toledo, OH)
As any attorney with an eye for case law can tell you, circuit-level opinions that decide matters of first impression deserve extra attention from practitioners. Not only do these opinions oftentimes illuminate the dark corners of the law, they can also raise or provide answers to questions attorneys did not know they needed to ask. Such is doubly the case with Crocker v. Navient Solutions, L.L.C. (In re Crocker),1 a decision recently issued by . . .
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