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NJ District Court Slams Consumer Attorney for FCRA Suit Filed without “Meaningful Review or Investigation”

Is it acceptable to allege in court that a reasonably accurate credit record is, in fact, not accurate and therefore in violation of the FCRA? Nope. That’s according to U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey Judge Renée Marie Bumb, who dismissed what she termed a “frivolous” lawsuit against Experian in the recent, twinned cases Glenn Williams v. Experian and Lorissa Williams v. Experian.

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How the FCC Misinterpreted Congress’ Mandate for the TCPA Debt Collection Exemption

Last year, the TCPA statute was amended allowing an exemption for calls made to collect a debt owed to the United States. The amendment also directed the FCC to develop rules that “may restrict or limit the number and duration of calls made to a number assigned to a cellular phone service.” …But there are two possible interpretations of “duration of calls.”

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ConServe Submits Thoughtful Response to FCC Request for Comments on TCPA Exception for Government Debts

Last week, ConServe, a leading private collection agency and federal contractor that provides services to the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Treasury, filed comments to the FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking TCPA. The comments were thorough and well-reasoned. Unfortunately, the deck at the FCC is likely stacked against collectors.