Smith Debnam today announced the addition of South Carolina licensed attorney Patrick Goodwyn to the firm.
We’re pleased to announce that partner and board-certified family law specialist, Lynn Wilson McNally, has received her mediation certification from the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission and is now certified to conduct mediations of equitable distribution and other family law financial cases in North Carolina district court actions.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CPFB) monitors debt collectors, banks, credit unions, and credit card companies, among others, to safeguard consumers. The CFPB requires that these institutions institute policies and procedures that are transparent and ensure the fair treatment to all consumers. Some of the more recent actions taken by the Bureau make it clear that just because an institution has policies in place doesn’t mean it has implemented the right policies.
Late in the day on July 10, 2015, the FCC issued the highly controversial and long-awaited Declaratory Ruling and Order regarding nineteen filed petitions requesting clarification of TCPA’s application. Here’s what you need to know.