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Daily Digest – April 16. Washington State Senate Passes Flurry of Collection Bills; NYT Feature Details Mulvaney’s Tenure at CFPB

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WASHINGTON STATE SENATE PASSES FLURRY OF BILLS AIMED AT REFORMING COLLECTION INDUSTRY

  • The Washington State Senate passed a trio of debt collection-related bills yesterday, sending two of them to the desk of Gov. Jay Inslee for his signature to become law and sending the other one back to the state House to approve an amendment before that one is sent to Gov. Inslee as well.

NYT FEATURE DETAILS HOW MICK MULVANEY ‘TOOK’ ‘APART’ THE CFPB

  • Mick Mulvaney may have left the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau four months ago and may have only worked part-time at the agency for 13 months, but his legacy is being felt in many important ways, according to a lengthy analysis published today by The New York Times.

JUDGE GRANTS SUMMARY JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF IN WVCCPA BONA FIDE ERROR CASE

  • A District Court judge in West Virginia has granted summary judgment in favor of a plaintiff who received a collection letter from a defendant that did not include updated language required under the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act related to the collection of time-barred debts.

FTC SETTLES WITH AVANT OVER DECEPTIVE COLLECTION PRACTICES

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