Author Archives: Camron Hoorfar

Employee Spot Light

McKenna Rice is an intern at the Law Office of Camron Hoorfar, P.C. McKenna¬† is a senior at Lee’s Summit West and is interning through our office for her supervised business experience class. This year McKenna got All-State honors for … Continue reading

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Walmart Files Lawsuit Against Credit-Card Issuer

Walmart Inc. filed a lawsuit yesterday against its longtime credit-card issuer, Synchrony Financial, alleging that the lender breached terms of its contract. The lawsuit, alleges that some of Synchrony’s underwriting standards financially harmed Walmart. Synchrony was Walmart’s exclusive credit-card issuer … Continue reading

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The Federal Credit Reporting Act

The Federal Credit Reporting Act allows a person who has been injured by a false or incorrect reporting on their credit report to sue. However, the injury must be actual and not hypothetical. This means that you actually had to … Continue reading

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Leawood Lawyer Sent to Prison for Unpaid Taxes

58-year old Leawood lawyer, David B. Mandelbaum was sentenced to one year and six months in prison for tax evasion. He must pay the Internal Revenue Service more than $200,000 in restitution as a part of his plea agreement. Mandelbaum … Continue reading

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The Situation Sentenced to 8 Months in Prison

A New Jersey reality star, known as The Situation, has been sentenced to eight months in prison for federal tax fraud. The Situation pled guilty to hiding nearly $9 million in income. If you are in tax trouble and would … Continue reading

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Forcing Arbitration

When two or more parties are in a dispute, they can often times use arbitration to settle their issues. However, under Missouri law, unless there is an agreement to arbitrate, no one can force anyone else to arbitrate. If you … Continue reading

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David’s Bridal Skips Big Interest Payment

Wedding dress retailer David’s Bridal has decided not to make an interest payment that was due Oct. 15th and is negotiating with its lenders. According to Factset, the company has nearly $900 million in debt. If you are struggling with … Continue reading

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New Missouri Telephone Scam

The Missourians who have received these scam calls report receiving a phone call from someone telling them that their social security benefits have been suspended and they must call back in order to fix the problem. When consumers return the … Continue reading

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Sears Files for Chapter 11 Protection

Sears Holdings Corp. filed for chapter 11 protection with a plan to close roughly 142 more stores. The chapter 11 filing to reorganize debts follows a decade of revenue declines, hundreds of store closures, and years of trying to turn … Continue reading

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Delay for Start of 2019 Filing Season

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has issued a report statement that the 2019 tax filing season will likely be delayed due to under staffing issues. Due to the lengthy process to hire employees, the TIGTA report says … Continue reading

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