Daily Digest – September 15. N.Y. AG Reaches $600k Settlement With Collector; Judge Grants MTD in Overshadowing Case

N.Y. AG REACHES $600k SETTLEMENT WITH STUDENT LOAN COLLECTOR

JUDGE GRANTS MTD IN OVERSHADOWING CASE

  • In a case that was first spotlighted by Manny Newburger from Barron & Newburger, a District Court judge in New York has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss a class-action Fair Debt Collection Practices Act suit, mainly because she understood that, sometimes, you need both sides of the page to include everything that needs to be included in a collection letter.

SENATE COMMITTEE TO MARK UP E-SIGN MODERNIZATION BILL TOMORROW

  • The Senate Commerce Committee is expected to mark up a number of bills during a hearing tomorrow, including S. 4159, the E-SIGN Modernization Act, which was introduced this past summer by a trio of Republicans.

AMBULANCE RIDES DRIVING MANY PATIENTS INTO COLLECTIONS: REPORT

  • Riding in an ambulance makes most people feel like they are the last one to leave a party at a restaurant, because they are getting stuck with the check, according to a published report that details how many emergency medical services are not covered by health insurance plans, leaving individuals, especially those suffering a medical emergency, facing hefty bills and communications from debt collectors.

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