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The Third Circuit has recently held in In re Denby-Peterson, 941 F.3d 115 (3rd Cir. 2019) that creditors who refuse to relinquish an… Read More
A debt collection agency did not violate § 1692g(b)’s 30-day validation period by sending two letters demanding payment and offering settlement terms during… Read More
A single missed call from a telemarketer constitutes a concrete injury that gives rise to standing, a federal district court in California has… Read More
In the Spring 2018 Consumer Financial Services Update, Smith Debnam examines recent consumer financial services litigation cases taking place across the U.S., providing banks… Read More
The FDCPA, through section 1692d(6), prohibits a debt collector from placing telephone calls to a debtor “without meaningful disclosure of the caller’s identity.”… Read More
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