SCOTUS Remands Four Okla. Criminal Cases, Grants Cert in Financial Services Cases Involving Tribal Businesses

Here is today’s order list.

The Court granted review in AMG Capital Management LLC v. Federal Trade Commission. Here is the Ninth Circuit’s opinion in FTC v. AMG Capital Management LLC. District court materials here.

FTC Wins Another Motion in Suit against Various Tribal Payday Lenders

Here are the updated materials in Federal Trade Commission v. AMG (D. Nev.):

444 MJ Report

448 Little Axe Objection

449 AMG et al Objection

451 FTC Response

559 DCT Order Adopting MJ Report

Prior post in this part of the litigation is here. The post related to the partial settlement is here. Other posts are here and here.

Federal Trade Commission Partially Settles Suit against Indian Country Payday Lenders

The case is Federal Trade Commission v. AMG Services (D. Nev.). Here are the most recent materials from the FTC website:

News coverage here.

Briefs here:

FTC Motion for Partial Summary J

AMG Response

Brady Response

Tucker Defendants Response

FTC Reply


Update in FTC v. Tribal Payday Lenders: Magistrate Denies Motion to Quash Fed. Subpoenas

Here are the materials in Federal Trade Commission v. AMG (D. Nev.):

AMG Motion to Dismiss

AMG 1st Motion to Quash

AMG 2d Motion to Quash

Magistrate Order Denying Motion for Protective Order

Prior materials here and here.

Update in Federal Trade Commission Suit against Tribal Payday Lenders et al.

Here are additional pleadings in Federal Trade Commission v. AMG Services, Inc. (D. Nev.):

Scott Tucker & AMG Response

Robert Campbell Response

Part 269 Response

Muir Law Firm Response

Little Axe Response

Don Brady Response

Scott Tucker & AMG Motion to Dismiss

Little Axe Motion to Dismiss

Joint Motion to Dismiss

The “responses” are responses to the FTC’s motion for a preliminary injunction. That motion and the complaint are here and here.

News coverage via Pechanga here.

Federal Trade Commission Sues Miami Tribe-Related Payday Lending Companies

Here are the materials:

Federal Trade Commission v. AMG Services, Inc.; Red Cedar Services, Inc., also doing business as 500FastCash; SFS, Inc., also doing business as OneClickCash; Tribal Financial Services, also doing business as Ameriloan, UnitedCashLoans, USFastCash, and Miami Nation Enterprises; AMG Capital Management, LLC; Level 5 Motorsports, LLC; Leadflash Consulting, LLC; Partner Weekly, LLC; Black Creek Capital Corporation; Broadmoor Capital Partners, LLC; The Muir Law Firm, LLC; Scott A. Tucker; Blaine A. Tucker; Timothy J. Muir; Don E. Brady; Robert D. Campbell; and Troy L. Little Axe, Defendants, and Park 269, LLC; and Kim C. Tucker, Relief Defendants. 
(United States District Court for the District of Nevada)

Case No. 2:12-cv-00536
FTC File No. 112 3024

April 2, 2012