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Robinson Rowe’s Legal Cases

5 total

  • GAMBLE, Plaintiff v. FRADKIN, et al., Defendant #11-1779

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    Jan 12, 2012
    Outcome:
    Court ruling in favor of plaintiff - Robinson S. Rowe as Lead Counsel
    Description:
    That Plaintiff is allowed to recover BOTH under the Bankruptcy Code and under the FDCPA. Scienter is not required for FDCPA claims.
  • State of Maryland v. Jenge / Case #112298C

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Oct 15, 2009
    Outcome:
    NOT GUILTY on all 13 Felony Charges (multi-day Jury Trial)
    Description:
    Major Criminal Felony Defense Jury Trial
  • CMKIM v. Alexander / CAL09-00219

    Practice Area:
    Commercial
    Date:
    Jan 06, 2009
    Outcome:
    Award for Plaintiff $500,000+, Robinson Rowe as Lead Counsel
    Description:
    Civil / Commercial Litigation. Award for Plaintiff $500,000+
  • GAMBLE, Plaintiff v. FRADKIN, et al., Defendant #11-1779

    Practice Area:
    Debt Settlement
    Date:
    Oct 17, 2012
    Outcome:
    Motion decided in favor of Plaintiff, as represented by Robinson S. Rowe, Esq. - establishing strong case law in favor of client/debtor cases.
    Description:
    Robinson S. Rowe, Esq. in representation of Mr. Gamble against the Defendant Debt Collectors (Fradkin & Weber) for violating FDCPA and violative debt collection practices. Opposing party's arguments rejected - with Federal Court Judge stating that their defenses are inapplicable in this matter. A bankruptcy filing is a matter of public record, and the defendant could have learned of it through the exercise of due diligence.
  • State of Maryland v. JGK / Case #11051854

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    Oct 09, 2012
    Outcome:
    NOT GUILTY on all Felony Charges (multi-day Jury Trial)
    Description:
    Major felony charges in Howard County, MD. After multi-day jury trial, investigating police officer under cross-examination admitted to making critical mistakes in bringing charges against client.