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Daily Digest – January 11. How the Government Shutdown May be Bad News For the ARM Industry; Judge Cuts Plaintiff’s Attorney Fee Request by 45%

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HOW THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN MIGHT BE BAD NEWS FOR THE ARM INDUSTRY

  • As the government shutdown enters its third week with no end in sight, fully understanding the impact that the shutdown is having is difficult because unless you have been directly affected, it might seem like nothing has changed. But that is decidedly not the case. For many industries, including the credit and collection industry, the federal government is a watchdog, a protector, a provider, and a benefactor.

JUDGE CUTS PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY FEE REQUEST BY 45% IN FDCPA SETTLEMENT

  • A federal judge in Minnesota has pretty much split the difference between requests from a plaintiff and defendant in awarding attorney’s fees for a settled case involving allegations that a debt buyer and debt collector violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

PRIVATE EQUITY FIRM EXPANDS RCM INVESTMENT BY BUYING RECEIVEABLES SOLUTIONS SPECIALIST

  • Kriya Capital, a Dallas-based private equity firm that specializes in the healthcare and business-process outsourcing industries, has announced it has acquired Receivables Solutions Specialist Inc., a revenue cycle management firm.

FLOCK SPECIALTY FINANCE LEADS WAY WITH GOLD SPONSORSHIP OF RMAI’S 22nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE

  • FLOCK Specialty Finance has once again demonstrated their ongoing commitment to superior education and distinguished speakers by sponsoring the Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) Annual Conference, occurring February 5–7, 2019. The conference brings together key participants in the receivables management industry, including debt buyers, collection agencies, collection law firms, brokers, originating creditors, and affiliates.

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