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ARM Firms Should Not Be Deceived by TCPA Victories

Debt collectors breathed a collective sigh of relief after the Eleventh Circuit reversed a district court ruling in the Mais case. Coupled with the FCC’s seemingly business-friendly declaratory rulings of GroupMe and Cargo Airline Association, matters appear to be on the upswing for creditor representatives with regard to the TCPA. But don’t be deceived: the relief brought by the positive developments must be tempered by the amicus curiae brief filed by the FCC in a case involving a collector.

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DBA International Certifies First Collection Law Firm

DBA International (DBA) announced the first certified collection law firm under its expanded Certified Professional Receivables Company (CPRC) program. Within weeks of the program expansion, G. Reynolds Sims & Associates, P.C. completed the process and was approved at the October 16, 2014 meeting of the DBA Certification Council Administration and Budget Committee Meeting.

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ACA Submits Comments Opposing CFPB’s Request to Collect Data Under Streamlined Process

In an effort to ensure the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau does not skirt its important obligations under the Paperwork Reduction Act, ACA International filed comments objecting to the bureau’s request to obtain special approval, called generic clearance, to use a streamlined procedure that would allow it to gather certain data for up to three years without having to go through the normal notice and comment process.