Tag Archives: Manny Newburger

Summarizing Yesterday’s Hunstein Hearing

Now, the waiting begins. The entire panel of judges on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments yesterday in Hunstein v. Preferred Collection & Management Services, the latest legal skirmish in a case that has been the most closely watched and scrutinized Fair Debt Collection Practices Act lawsuit …

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The Caselaw that Shaped the Industry in 2021

It is likely not a surprise to anyone what the most impactful lawsuit was to the accounts receivable management industry in 2021. But the suit that was the second-most important might surprise some. And some hope that the case that was the most impactful in 2021 is also the most …

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More on Hunstein; En Banc Likelihood, Webinar Recording

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article has been updated to reflect corrected information about the en banc statistics for the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and share en banc statistics for other Courts of Appeals. The defendant in a case ruled on last week by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals which …

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Experts React to Regulation F Delay

Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced it was seeking to delay the enactment of Regulation F, the debt collection rule, for two months. The CFPB said it was seeking the delay to giver companies more time to comply because of the COVID-19 pandemic. AccountsRecovery.net reached out to legal …

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Compliance Digest – February 1

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What Are You Most Looking Forward to in 2021?

A year ago, if you had asked members of the accounts receivable management industry about the number of conferences, they may have likely told you there were too many of them. Now, everyone is itching to get out of the house or office and get a chance to see friends …

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