A New Jersey firm sued by the Federal Trade Commission over involvement with a mortgage-modification company has lost a skirmish but says it is hopeful for a resolution without trial.

On Monday, U.S. District Judge Jerome Simandle granted the FTC’s motion to strike the affirmative defenses put forth by Kwasnik Rodio Kanowitz & Buckley of Cherry Hill, finding them redundant or legally insufficient.

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