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Daily Digest – July 16. Judge Dismisses FDCPA Case Over Lack of Standing; Respondent Files Brief in FDCPA SOL Supreme Court Case

JUDGE DISMISSES FDCPA CASE OVER LACK OF STANDING

  • A District Court judge in Michigan has dismissed a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case that was filed by a plaintiff who alleged he was “bullied” by a defendant because the plaintiff did not suffer any actual injury in the case.

RESPONDENT IN FDCPA SOL CASE FILES BRIEF

  • The respondent in an upcoming Supreme Court case that will seek to determine when the statute of limitations clock on an alleged violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act starts running has filed his brief, arguing that the clock should start ticking from the date the violation occurs and not the date when the violation is uncovered.

REPORT DETAILS HOW CFPB USES CONSUMER COMPLAINT DATA

  • A report from the Office of the Inspector General of the Federal Reserve Board and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a report recently that details how consumer complaints are used within the bureau and who has access to some of the sensitive information that are included with complaints. The report sheds some interesting light on how complaints are used within the CFPB and who has access to different types of data that accompany complaints filed by consumers.

ANOTHER HEALTHCARE FACILITY ANNOUNCES INVOLVEMENT IN AMCA DATA BREACH

  • Another former client of American Medical Collection Agency has come forward and announced that 13,000 patients will be receiving notifications that their personal information may have been compromised in a recent data breach at the agency.

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