Daily Digest – April 15. Judge Grants MTD in Hunstein Case for Second Time; Orgs Line Up Against Suit Allowing Non-Lawyers to Represent Consumers

JUDGE GRANTS MTD IN HUNSTEIN CASE FOR SECOND TIME OVER LACK OF STANDING

N.Y. ORGS LINE UP AGAINST SUIT SEEKING TO ALLOW NON-LAWYERS TO REPRESENT CONSUMERS IN COLLECTION CASES

  • In one of those rare times when consumer advocates and the accounts receivable management find themselves on the same side, a group of legal services and civil rights organizations have filed an amicus brief in opposition to a request for a preliminary injunction that would allow a non-profit organization to train non-lawyers to help consumers being sued for unpaid debts.

VA. GOV. VETOES SOL, MEDICAL DEBT COLLECTION BILLS

BILL INTRODUCED IN CONGRESS TO REQUIRE COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR CFPB RULES

  • A bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives that, if passed, would require the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to conduct a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis for every regulation it proposes, as a means of limiting “regulatory overreach” by the regulator.

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