Anna-Katherine G. Bowman

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Anna-Katherine Bowman’s practice focuses primarily on individual and commercial litigation matters across Alabama, including trials and appeals at the state and federal levels. She advises clients on substantive areas of law, as well as best practices for reducing exposure to litigation. View article by Anna-Katherine

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Don’t Let A Natural Disaster Cause Financial Disaster

In light of the potential for future national disasters such as Hurricane Dorian and all the damage that they can cause, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has provided advice on measures to take to secure your financial situation. In recent years we have seen catastrophic damage caused by hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding and landslides, which … Continue Reading

How to Protect Yourself from Financial Disaster in the Wake of a Natural Disaster

In light of Hurricane Harvey and all the damage that it caused, as well as the potential damage that may be inflicted by Hurricane Irma, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has provided advice on measures to take to secure your financial situation. Of course, as with any natural disaster, your most urgent needs should … Continue Reading

Debt Buyers Should Exhaust All Avenues When Investigating Credit Report Disputes

Last week, the 11th Circuit issued an opinion reversing and remanding a prior decision from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia related to the proper verification of debts when a consumer disputes their validity. In Hinkle v. Midland Credit Management, Inc., et al., Hinkle appealed the grant of summary judgment … Continue Reading
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