Bankruptcy News Briefs 8/29

Check Out Today’s Headlines…

From the Web: CFPB Expected to ‘Scale Back’ Rule on Small-Dollar Lending

Another U.S. District Court Rules Human Call Initiator is Not an ATDS

Court Dismisses CFPB Lawsuit Due to Willful Failure to Participate in Discovery and Obey Court Orders

Advocates File Amicus Brief To Defend Consumers Against Capital One Overdraft Fee Practice

CFPB Releases Misleading Report On Social Security Deferral Strategies

A Law Firm ‘Cleverly’ Used Ellipses to Fight a CFPB Investigation. But It Still Lost.

Debt Collector Not Liable Under The TCPA For Post-Revocation Calls Made On Behalf Of A Different Creditor

Debt collector accused of violating phone privacy law

Ohio Number One For Student Loan Debt

If anti-consumer bank law is passed, more Wells Fargo-like scandals are coming

Consumer Credit: Privilege Or Entitlement?

Renew Your Membership  For a Chance to Win This Great Resource!

It’s a new month and that means when you renew your membership in July you are automatically entered to win a copy of NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice Volume I & II, Eleventh Edition (Value $130). Two winners will be selected at random each month.

Hot Off the Press! Read the Summer Edition of the Consumer Bankruptcy Journal!

Andrew Carroll gives an insight into a rather complicated matter in his article,” The Preemption of State Court Claims Based on Frivolous Bankruptcy Actions: When the Overwhelming Weight of the Authority Isn’t Enough,” in today’s Consumer Bankruptcy Journal highlight.

Exciting Upcoming Events!

Save the Date for the 2018 NACBA Annual Convention on April 19-22 at the Sheraton in Downtown Denver!

NACBA 2018 Cruise! Get ready to set sail on the Empress of the Sea on November 29th-December 3rd 2018! Visit Havana, Cuba and Nassau, Bahamas while learning with NACBA! Registration is open!

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