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Daily Digest – April 6. N.M. Gov. Signs Medical Collection Bill Into Law; Appeals Court Overturns Ruling in FCRA Case

N.M. GOV. SIGNS MEDICAL DEBT COLLECTION BILL INTO LAW Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico signed 50 bills into law yesterday, including one that aims to protect low-income residents of the state from incurring medical debts by preventing healthcare providers from placing collection accounts or filing lawsuits against certain …

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Daily Digest – April 5. Judge Grants MTD in FDCPA Case Over Service During Pandemic; Judge Partially Dismisses FDCPA Suit on Remand from Appeals Court

JUDGE GRANTS MTD IN FDCPA CASE OVER SERVICE DURING PANDEMIC A District Court judge in Michigan has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act when the plaintiffs were served with a summons and complaint in a debt collection …

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Daily Digest – March 24. Answering Credit Reporting Questions; Bill Introduced to Prohibit Collection of Time-Barred Debt

ANSWERING CREDIT REPORTING QUESTIONS ABOUT SOL, CREDIT REPAIR ORGS, HOW TO REPORT PAID ACCOUNTS The statute of limitations is quite the kettle of fish for companies in the accounts receivable management industry. Determining which particular statute of limitations from which state applies is usually about as straightforward as getting through …

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