A sanctions award was reversed in Ozmun v. Wood when, among other matters: “‘[T]he district court denied PRA[‘s] cross motion for summary judgment on the FDCPA claim which indicates [Appellant’s] position was far from frivolous. In fact, it was so substantial that the district court thought it warranted a trial.’ Thus, Ozmun’s claims brought under the TFDCPA were not a ‘clear misuse of the TFDCPA’ as the district court stated. They simply failed on summary judgment.”  No. 19-50397 (March 24, 2022) (unpublished, citation omitted)).

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