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2020 Collections-Related Case Law Year in Review

The end of the year is my favorite — it’s the perfect time to review what’s happened in the courts over the past twelve months. While 2020 might have been a wild ride in many other areas, it’s been a good year for case law favoring the debt collection industry.

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First, I want to share this song with you by Shawn Colvin, because it's been a year that has taken all of each of us to survive. We did it! That exclamation point looks out of place.

This is our last official newsletter of 2020 (we'll be providing some content around the release of Reg F, Part II: Havana Nights). We're taking the next two weeks off to...breathe? To recharge? So many options, most of them ending with us on the couch, and snacks. It will be glorious.

We could not have made it to the end of 2020 without you. Specifically you, reading this. Give yourself a high-five! Everyone who has read our newsletter, attended our webinars and conferences, joined one of our membership groups, and generally supported us -- we cannot thank you enough. Our success is built on your curiosity, your generosity, and your interactions.

We hope you have a quiet(ish) year-end (again, Reg F, Part II: Reg Harder, comes out tomorrow), spent in a way that brings you the most comfort. And reach out if you need help brainstorming what that might be.

-- The iA Staff



The Button is Back – California AG Issues Fourth Set of Proposed Mods to CCPA Regs

On Dec. 10, the California Office of the Attorney General issued its Fourth Set of Proposed Modifications to the California Consumer Privacy Act regulations.  The changes affect only two subsections relating to the sale of personal information.

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WATCH REPLAY: Legal Advisory Board's Analysis of the CFPB New Rules

Join members of insideARM's Consumer Relations Consortium's Legal Advisory Board as they explain the legal ramifications of the CFPB's New Rules for Debt Collection, and their participation in crafting a response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

Our panel for this webinar:

- Katie Neill, insideARM

- Leslie Bender, Clark Hill

- Stefanie Jackman, Ballard Spahr

- Joann Needleman, Clark Hill

- John Rossman, Moss & Barnett

This webinar was made free for attendees thanks to our generous sponsors:

- TransUnion

- RevSpring

- Ontario Systems

- LiveVox

- Neustar

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