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Supreme Court To Hear Arguments in CFPB Leadership Case

The Supreme Court announced today that it has decided to hear arguments in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which will address — once and for all — whether the leadership structure of the CFPB is constitutional or not. The decision by the Supreme Court is a win for …

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Judge Partially Denies MSJ in FDCPA, TCPA Case

Placing 77 calls over a 73-day period is not enough to be considered a violation of Section 1692f of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, but is enough to be considered a violation of Section 1692d(5) of the FDCPA, a District Court judge in California has ruled in only partially …

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Judge Grants Class Certification in FDCPA Case

A District Court judge in Oklahoma has certified a class action against a defendant accused of violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by sending a collection letter that failed to identify the name of the original creditor and that a dispute needed to be filed in writing in order …

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