Law Offices of
Deborah M. DeMack
Committed to Fight for your Consumer Rights!
Prior to going into private practice, Ms. DeMack was an Assistant Attorney General in the Consumer Protection Division of the New Mexico Attorney General's Office for six years where she investigated and prosecuted businesses for unfair and deceptive trade practices.
University of San Francisco School of Law, J.D., Public Interest Law Scholar
The University of Chicago, M.A. in History
University of California, Berkeley, B.A. in History, with Honors
LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN:
State of New Mexico
United States District Court, District of New Mexico
United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
* Member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
* Member of the National Association for Consumer Advocates
* Member of the New Mexico Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section and First Judicial Bar Association
Cach, LLC v. David A. Guerrero, D-202-CV-02022. Class action lawsuit against nationwide junk debt buyer/debt collector for collecting debts without a license, violations of New Mexico's Unfair Practices Act, the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, and tortious debt collection. Class Action Settlement Agreement brought over $1.6 million in relief to approximately 30,000 New Mexico residents.
State of New Mexico v. Zangara Dodge, Inc., D-202-2005-01732. Civil action brought on behalf of consumers against car dealer for overcharging customers for vehicle registration fees, failing to disclose that the dealership retained the excess fees, and other misrepresentations in violation of New Mexico's Unfair Practices Act.
In re Atwood, Atwood v. GE Money Bank, 452 B.R. 249 (U.S.B.C., D.N.M., 2011). Adversary proceeding against G.E. Money Bank for violations of the Bankruptcy Code, the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, and tortious debt collection.