Daily Digest – June 2. Getting to Know David Weimer of Kramer & Frank; Judge Certifies Class in TCPA Case Against Collector

GETTING TO KNOW DAVID WEIMER OF KRAMER & FRANK

  • Putting complex legal concepts into the language of operations — the world definitely needs more people like David Weimer who can do that job well. Having spent nearly four decades in the accounts receivable management industry, David has definitely become a senior statesmen among collection attorneys. Read on to learn more about David, his impressive motivational skills, and why he prefers questions to misguided attempts at doing something and getting it wrong. This series is sponsored by Applied Innovation.

JUDGE CERTIFIES CLASS IN TCPA CASE AGAINST COLLECTOR

  • A District Court judge in Washington has granted a plaintiff’s motion to certify a class action against a debt collector accused of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by obtaining the plaintiff’s cell phone number via a skiptracing service and contacting the plaintiff without first obtaining consent to do so, even though the defendant had access to call recordings that included the number and a file from another contractor that the number was in, as well.

ED. DEPT. CANCELS DEBTS FOR ALL CORINTHIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS, WIPES OF $6B OF UNPAID LOANS

  • The Department of Education yesterday announced it was canceling $5.8 billion of unpaid student loans taken out by individuals who attended Corinthian Colleges, wiping out the debts for more than 560,000 borrowers in what the department called the “largest single loan discharge” in its history.

MORE AMERICANS, INCLUDING THOSE EARNING $250K, LIVING PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK

  • More than one-third of people earning more than $250,000 per year say they are living paycheck-to-paycheck, and while most say they are not having any problems covering their monthly expenses, it is yet another sign that inflation is causing problems for everyone, regardless of how much money they make, and that means that people may have less money to pay off their unpaid debts.

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