Daily Digest – July 20. Industry Starts Writing New Chapter at ACA Convention; Judge Partially Grants MSJ for Plaintiff in FDCPA Case

INDUSTRY STARTS WRITING NEW CHAPTER AT ACA CONVENTION

JUDGE PARTIALLY GRANTS MSJ FOR PLAINTIFF IN FDCPA CASE OVER TEXT MESSAGE

  • A District Court judge in Alabama has ruled that a debt collector that outsourced the scrubbing of its accounts for bankruptcy filings is not entitled to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act’s bona fide error defense and that the requirement of including the mini-Miranda notice in any communication thus turns any communication into an attempt to collect on a debt, partially granting a plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment.

NCLC PUBLISHES ANALYSIS OF ‘MAJOR QUESTION DOCTRINE’ ON CONSUMER LITIGATION

  • Tucked away behind some rulings that generated a lot more attention and possibly because it was issued on the last day of the session, the Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency did not create a lot of buzz. But the National Consumer Law Center has published an analysis of the ruling and its potential impact on consumer litigation, pointing out different strategies that could be used in response to challenges invoking the ruling.

23 COMPANIES SEEKING COLLECTION TALENT

SEDRIC WELCOMES NEW ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS TO SUPPORT ITS GROWTH IN CONSUMER FINANCE MARKET

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