Represented Harley-Davidson Credit Corp. and Eaglemark Savings Bank in this putative class action filed in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina. The plaintiffs alleged that these Harley-Davidson subsidiaries charged certain late fees and repossession fees in violation of the South Carolina Consumer Protection Code, and sought the certification of a class consisting of consumers residing in the State of South Carolina. The court granted summary judgment in favor of Eaglemark Savings Bank on all claims. The majority of plaintiffs’ claims against Harley-Davidson Credit Corp. were also resolved on summary judgment. The plaintiffs’ remaining claim was settled on terms favorable to the defendant.  

Griffin v. Harley-Davidson Credit Corp., et al., No. 08-00466 (D.S.C.).

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