Bankruptcy News Briefs 4/25

Federal Court Orders Collection Agency President to Pay $2 Million Civil Penalty

Governmental Regulatory Exception to Automatic Stay Applies to Contempt Proceeding

Colorado’s FDCPA Adds Media Requirements, Removes its Collection Agency Board

House Financial Services Committee to Discuss CFPB Reform Bill

Former Regulator Details CFPB’s Secret History of Stonewalling

West Virginia Law Revises Terms for Debt Collections

The IRS is outsourcing debt collection, expect tax collection scams to get worse

Borrowers Dealt Blow After Devos Rolls Back Reform Guidelines for Student Loan Borrowers

The Week Ahead: FSC to Hold Financial CHOICE Hearing

Second Circuit Holds that District Court Orders Determining Restitution Credits are Final, Appealable Orders

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