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Multiple Parties File Lawsuit to Stop Nevada Medical Collections Law From Going Into Effect

Earlier this month, the State of Nevada passed a law to regulate medical debt collection (SB 248).  The hastily passed new law, which goes into effect July 1, 2021, is, as we say in the south, clear as mud. Of course, some might say using the word “clear” in the same sentence as SB 248 is too generous, and they wouldn’t be wrong.

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Collection System Capabilities & Regulation F: Telrock Survey Results

Based on Telrock's technology survey of the industry, this report summarizes survey results and key insights from collections organizations with varying operation sizes and debt types. Learn how the industry responded by downloading the whitepaper here.
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Per SCOTUS: “No Concrete Harm, No Standing”

The Supreme Court has made its opinion clear: “No concrete harm, no standing.”  On June 25, 2021, in an opinion that is sure to influence litigation in the credit reporting and debt collection spheres, the Supreme Court held that a plaintiff who cannot show a statutory violation harmed them lacks standing to bring a lawsuit under Article III of the U.S. Constitution.

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Debt Collector in Hunstein Tells 11th Circuit that New SCOTUS Opinion Supports Request for Rehearing

On June 25, 2021, in the case of TransUnion v. Ramirez, 594 U.S. ____ (2021), the Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion that held, "No concrete harm, no standing." Central to the issue in the Ramirez case was an analysis regarding the effect of publishing certain materials to third parties, which may directly influence the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals decision to rehear the Hunstein matter.

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Credit Control, LLC – First Place Ranking in Large Companies Best Places to Work in Collections by insideARM

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Credit Control, LLC (“Credit Control”) is proud to announce its first-place ranking in the “2021 Best Places to Work in Collections”. This is the company’s second time participating in the program with back-to-back selections and the first time being ranked #1 overall in the large company category.

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Frustrated with “Cookie-Cutter” Complaints and Sloppy Pleadings Court Requires Consumer Attorneys to Pay Sanctions to ERC, other Defendants

While defendants in consumer-related lawsuits may often claim suits are meritless or filed in bad faith, it’s not so often that a court agrees. It is even less frequent for a court to enter sanctions against a consumer’s attorney, but that’s precisely what happened in the Eastern District of Wisconsin this week, where at least one Judge appears to be tired of frivolous actions and sloppy motions practice.

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California DFPI Issues Notice of Modifications to Proposed Debt Collection Licensing Act; Allows 17 days to comment

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- On April 23, 2021, the Commissioner of the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) issued a notice of rulemaking to adopt the license application and procedures for applying for a debt collection license under the Debt Collection Licensing Act.

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