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Donald Maurice

Attorney at Maurice Wutscher, LLP

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Maurice Wutscher, LLP

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Don Maurice is a partner at MauriceWutscher, LLP a nationwide law firm representing the financial services industry. Since 1988, Don has defended the financial services industry in various state and federal courts including the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Third and Eighth Circuits and as amicus counsel before the Second, Sixth and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as well as the US Supreme Court. He currently serves as chair of the Debt Collection Practices and Bankruptcy Subcommittee of the American Bar Association’s Consumer Financial Services Committee, Business Law Section. Don is a fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers and serves on the Governing Committee of the Conference on Consumer Finance Law. Don is admitted to the Bars of New York, New Jersey and the District of Columbia where he regularly practices.

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A Look Back at 2022 in Consumer Credit and Collections Case Law and Federal and State Regulation

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NY Federal Court Blocks Retroactive Judgment Interest Law

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2020 In Review: Federal and State Activity in Consumer Debt Collection Regulation

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Consumer Data Rulemaking Underway at CFPB: Here Are Four Things Your Company Should Know

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Joint Industry Letter to NYCDCA Seeks Extension, Poses 25 FAQs

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Seven Things to Know About New York City’s New Debt Collection Rules

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COVID-19: Several States Toll Statutes of Limitations on Legal Actions

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Supreme Court: FDCPA Claims Run from Date of Violation, Not from Date of Discovery

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7th Cir. Holds Creditor Liable for Its Counsel’s Bankruptcy Discharge Violation

U.S. Supreme Court Holds Debt Purchaser Collecting Its Own Debt Is Not Subject to FDCPA

7th Cir. Deepens Split on FDCPA Liability for ‘Time-Barred’ Claims

How Spokeo May Limit Consumer Financial Services Litigation

Could Spokeo Mean Rough Road Ahead for FCRA, TCPA, FDCPA Plaintiffs?

QR Codes Mean FDCPA Trouble Says PA Federal Court

Eleventh Circuit’s Mistaken Interpretation Likely to Expose Attorneys to Increased FDCPA Liability

Senate Bill Proposes to Make Robocalls a Federal Crime

TCPA Rulings Expected to Have Substantial Impact on Financial Services Industry

U.S. Supreme Court to Take Up Whether Complete Relief to Class Litigant Moots Class Claims

DBA International's New York Symposium This Week Will Clarify Latest Debt Collection Regulations