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Daily Digest – November 23. Gov’t Extends Student Loan Pause, Judge Sets Aside Default Judgment Against Defendant in FDCPA Case

GOVERNMENT EXTENDS PAUSE ON STUDENT LOAN PAYMENTS UNTIL LEGAL CHALLENGES ARE RESOLVED The Biden Administration yesterday announced it was extending the moratorium on student loan payments until 60 days after litigation surrounding the plan to forgive up to $20,000 in unpaid student loans is resolved. If the litigation has not …

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Daily Digest – November 22. Class Action Accuses Collector of Requiring Reason to Accept Dispute; Judge Grants MTD in Case Over BK Debt

CLASS ACTION ACCUSES COLLECTOR OF REQUIRING REASON TO ACCEPT DISPUTE The defendant in a class-action lawsuit that was filed in Florida state court has removed the case to federal court in The Sunshine State, arguing that because the complaint accuses the defendant of violating federal law – the Fair Debt …

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Daily Digest – November 15. Creditor Facing Pair of Lawsuits for Allegedly Violating 7-in-7; State’s Tim Haag Talks About Change

CREDITOR FACING PAIR OF LAWSUITS FOR VIOLATING REG F’S 7-IN-7 PROVISION A pair of lawsuits have been filed against a creditor, accusing it of violating the Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act because the creditor allegedly violated the 7-in-7 call frequency restrictions of Regulation F in attempting to collect on …

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