Daily Digest – April 2. Appeals Court Affirms Ruling For CRO Sued by Collectors; Calif. Supreme Court Overturns Call Recording Ruling

SUPREME COURT ISSUES RULING IN FACEBOOK v. DUGUID

  • The Supreme Court yesterday issued its ruling in Facebook v. Duguid, reversing and remanding the case back to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court, in an unanimous opinion, held that an automated telephone dialing service as defined in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act must be that has “the capacity either to store a telephone number using a random or sequential generator or to produce a telephone number using a random or sequential number generator.”

APPEALS COURT AFFIRMS RULING FOR CRO SUED BY COLLECTORS FOR ALLEGEDLY SENDING FRAUDULENT DISPUTES

  • The Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has upheld a ruling in favor of a credit repair organization that was sued by a debt collector for allegedly perpetrating a fraud by failing to disclose it was sending letters to the collector in its clients names and on their behalves, ruling that the collector did not do enough to prove that the credit repair organization committed fraud.

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS CALL RECORDING RULING

JUDGE APPROVES $1.1M SETTLEMENT IN FDCPA CASE

FFAM360 FORGIVES $90M OF CANCER TREATMENT DEBT

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