Daily Digest – July 16. Judge Denies MTD in FDCPA Case; CFPB To Keep Pursuing Case Against Navient

[REPUBLISHED] GETTING TO KNOW ROGER WEISS OF CACI

  • [In celebration of his Roger Weiss’s tenure as president of ACA International, AccountsRecovery.net is re-publishing this profile, which originally ran in December 2016.] As a long-suffering fan of the Chicago Cubs (until recently, of course), Roger Weiss needed to develop a great sense of humor to deal with year after year of frustration and futility. But now that the Cubs have ended a 108-year drought and won the World Series, that doesn’t mean that Weiss will suddenly stop being funny. His submission below is proof of that alone. Weiss is one of the most respected and sought-after trainers in the collections industry and reading the profile below should give you a sense of why he is in such high demand. This series is sponsored by Arbeit.

JUDGE DENIES MTD IN FDCPA CASE AFTER DEFENDANT MOVES CASE TO FEDERAL COURT

  • A defendant that was sued in state court for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and then moved to have the case tried in a federal court instead has had its motion to dismiss based on the plaintiff’s lack of standing denied and will also be on the hook for the plaintiff’s attorney’s fees relative to the defendant’s removal of the case, a District Court judge in Washington has ruled.

SUPREME COURT RULING WON’T STOP CFPB FROM PURSUING SUIT AGAINST NAVIENT

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s lawsuit against Navient should be able to continue moving forward the agency argues, despite the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Seila Law case, filing a ratification from Director Kathleen Kraninger and announcing that it will oppose Navient’s motion for judgment on the pleadings.

FCC ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF HOSPITAL ROBOCALL WORKING GROUP

  • As required under the TRACED Act, the Federal Communications Commission has launched the formation of a Hospital Robocall Protection Group, detailed who is part of the group, and announced its first meeting, to be held virtually later this month.

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