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Debt Collector Agrees to Settle Permissible Purpose FCRA Class Action for $2.2 Million

USA - February 19 2019 On February 7, 2019, AllianceOne Receivables Management, Inc. (“AllianceOne”), a debt collector, agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle a nationwide...

David N. Anthony, John C. Lynch, Elizabeth "Liz" S. Flowers.

House Financial Services Committee Holds Hearing to Consider Cannabis Banking Issues

USA - February 19 2019 The House of Representatives’ Financial Services Committee convened for a hearing last week entitled “Challenges and Solutions: Access to Banking...

Michael E. Lacy, Monika Scott.

Does the TCPA Have Nine Lives? Parties Settle Ninth Circuit Appeal in Marks v. Crunch San Diego

USA - February 19 2019 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA") carries the risk of annihilative damages for class action defendants based on its remarkable statutory...

David N. Anthony, Virginia Bell Flynn, Alan D. Wingfield, David M. Gettings, John C. Lynch, Michael E. Lacy, Chad R. Fuller.

Proposed Legislation in Texas Would Require Debt Buyers to Provide Additional Disclosures on Out-of-Statute Debt and Prohibit Revival of the Statute of Limitations

USA - February 14 2019 The Texas House of Representatives recently introduced new legislation, H.B. No. 996, to amend the Texas Fair Consumer Debt Collection Act (“TFCDCA”)...

David N. Anthony, Elizabeth "Liz" S. Flowers.

Time Warner Cable Seeks to Defeat Class Certification in TCPA Wrong Number Case

USA - February 5 2019 Time Warner Cable is fighting back against a purported Telephone Consumer Protection Act wrong number class action lawsuit. In Hunter and Villa v...

Amanda K. Blackmon.