Daily Digest – November 22. Judge Partially Grants MSJ for Defendant in Itemized Debt Case; CFPB Releases Ethics Guidance

JUDGE PARTIALLY GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENDANT IN ITEMIZED DEBT CASE

CFPB RELEASES GUIDANCE FOR DEALING WITH FORMER EMPLOYEES

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday released ethics guidance detailing how employees at the regulator should work with former employees, and the heightened scrutiny that anyone using a former employee will face.

JUDGE GRANTS $71K IN LEGAL FEES IN FDCPA CASE

  • A District Court judge in New Jersey has granted a plaintiff’s motion for more than $71,000 in attorney’s fees — exactly what the plaintiff was asking for — after the plaintiff agreed to an offer of judgment in a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case.

DFPI ISSUES DRAFT RULES TO LICENSE FOUR NEW TYPES OF INDUSTRIES

HOW EXPERTS ARE INTERPRETING LATEST LEGAL RULINGS

  • Each week, AccountsRecovery.net publishes summaries of legal rulings that are impacting the accounts receivable management industry. But those summaries don’t necessarily provide insight into what you need to do — if anything — as a result of those rulings. For that, I turn to the experts. Every week, the top legal minds of the industry weigh in on those rulings, providing much-needed context and insight to help you better understand the rulings and be better informed when making important decisions. This week, David Schultz, Patrick Newman, Brit Suttell, June Coleman, Carlos Ortiz, Mike Frost, and Amanda Griffith share their wisdom with you. This series is sponsored by Bedard Law Group.

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