A Queens, N.Y., attorney’s pro se federal action over a $35 fee for a bounced check, among other issues, has been dismissed.

Eastern District of New York Judge Jack B. Weinstein’s dismissal of the case represents yet another defeat for plaintiff Todd C. Bank in his contentious battle with his landlord’s collection agency, the Queens-based law firm of Cooper, Paroff, Cooper & Cook.

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