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Judge Rules Defendant Should Have Taken Plaintiff’s Cancer Diagnosis Into Account When Calling About Unpaid Car Loan

A federal judge in New York has denied a motion for summary judgment filed by a defendant in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act lawsuit, ruling that the claim survives the death of the plaintiff and that the defendant’s knowledge of the plaintiff’s diagnosis of terminal cancer potentially caused an intentional infliction …

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BCFP Files First Lawsuit Against Company Under Mulvaney

Following the lead of a number of state attorneys general, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection yesterday filed suit against Future Income Payments, a pension advance company, for allegedly engaging in deceptive marketing tactics. This marked the first suit that has been filed against a company since Mick Mulvaney was named …

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BCFP Updates FCRA Disclosures

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection yesterday issued an interim rule that updates a pair of model disclosures related to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The enactment of S. 2155, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, requires credit reporting agencies to offer free credit freezes to consumers. The …

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