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Daily Digest – April 4. Getting to Know Melissa Nash of Accounts Receivables; FCC Commissioner Calls for Dedicated Robocall Enforcement Unit

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GETTING TO KNOW MELISSA NASH OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES INC.

  • You might not know it if you run into her at a conference or when she’s out and about, but Melissa Nash loves silence. Perhaps it is that she can manage well in either environment that has allowed her to achieve so much during her 12 years in the industry, running her own collection agency and currently serving as president of the Florida Collectors Association. Read on to learn more about Melissa and how her father teaching her chess has helped her in business.

FCC COMMISSIONER CALLS FOR DEDICATED ROBOCALL ENFORCEMENT UNIT AS SENATE COMMITTEE UNANIMOUSLY APPROVES TRACED ACT

  • On the same day that the Senate Commerce Committee voted unanimously to approve the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act, Jessica Rosenworcel, a commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, called for the creation of a specific enforcement unit within the agency to combat the proliferation of robocalls.

JUDGE GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENSE IN TCPA TEXTING CASE

JUDGE GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENSE IN FDCPA CASE

  • A District Court judge in New York has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment on a claim it violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by communicating false information concerning a debt or misrepresenting the amount of a debt because a separate lawsuit in State Court had already essentially ruled on the claim.

THE DIFFICULT INTERSECTION OF HEALTHCARE AND HOUSING

  • There appears to be a strong correlation between individuals who rent putting off getting medical care because they can not afford it, according to the results of a study that were released yesterday.

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