Daily Digest – April 27. Appeals Court Denies Creditor’s Bid for Attorney’s Fees in Spat with Collector; Suit Accuses Collector of Not Disclosing Recordings Soon Enough

APPEALS COURT DENIES CREDITOR’S BID FOR ATTORNEY’S FEES IN SPAT WITH FORMER COLLECTION AGENCY PARTNER

  • A battle between a failed partnership between a creditor and a collection agency has spilled over into the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, with a panel of judges yesterday affirming a lower court’s decision not to award the creditor attorney’s fees after it accused the agency of breaching the terms of their agreement because it was not licensed to collect in a state and because the creditor’s clients were complaining about the agency’s conduct.

CLASS-ACTION ACCUSES COLLECTOR OF NOT DISCLOSING CALL RECORDINGS SOON ENOUGH

CFPB HEARINGS GIVE LAWMAKERS CHANCE TO PLAY GOOD-COP, BAD-COP

  • While there is an abundance of great shows to watch these days (reach out if you want a list of my current favorites), there is just something about live theater. There is an energy, a uniqueness to each and every performance, that separates live action from scripted fare. Maybe that’s why it’s so enjoyable to watch the theatrics whenever the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau testifies before Congress. Having appeared yesterday before the Senate Banking Committee and scheduled to appear today before the House Financial Services Committee, CFPB Director Rohit Chopra is the ball in a game of political ping pong between Democrats and Republicans, arguing about the unchecked power and agenda of the regulatory agency.

23 COMPANIES SEEKING COLLECTION TALENT

  • During this, The Great Resignation Era, I thought it would be helpful to start a regular posting of different jobs within the accounts receivable management industry that I have found online. Please make sure to do your own due diligence before applying for a position included here or accepting any offers. This is merely meant to be a service to aggregate industry job opportunities into one convenient location.

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