Attorney David Ashe of Providence Dane has been actively engaged in the collection industry since 2004. He practices law in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. He serves as litigation lead for all matters in state and federal court with a special focus on post-judgment enforcement and on evidentiary issues.
Some litigation seeks to crack down on abusive practices, yet allows more leeway for creatively construed claims to continue alleging FDCPA violations. Has the arrival of these interpretations of the FDCPA brought added relief to the debtor as expressly stated in the CFPB’s mission?