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Prosecutors Want $19 Million From Lawyer Who Stole From Firm

Nathan E. Hardwick IV should be forced to forfeit $19.9 million after treating his law firm as a “personal piggy bank,” according to a motion filed by prosecutors as Hardwick awaits sentencing. Hardwick was convicted last October of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, and making a false statement …

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NY Legislature Considering Privacy Bill Similar to CCPA

Following on the heels of the California Consumer Privacy Act, a bill has been introduced in the New York state legislature that would require businesses to provide consumers with all of their personal information that the business retains or discloses to a third party. Called the “Right to Know Act …

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New Disclosure Laws Proposed in New York, Illinois

Eric Rosenkoetter from Maurice Wutscher has been doing yeoman’s work this month in keeping track of proposed state laws that the credit and collection industry need to be aware of. Following up on his notice about a proposed law in New York that clarifies how collectors and creditors can attempt …

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CFPB Fines Online Lender $3.2M For Illegally Debiting Accounts


Enova International, an online payday lender, has been fined $3.2 million by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for allegedly withdrawing payments from individuals’ bank accounts without the proper permission and failing to honor loan extensions it had granted to customers. The lender would purchase loan applications from lead generators and …

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