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Headlines Leading Into the Weekend…

Robocall Problem Even Worse than FTC Data Shows

Title-Pawned Vehicle Drops Out of Estate When Not Redeemed Post-Petition

Chris Lazarini Discusses Challenge to Dischargeability of Claim Against Broker in Bankruptcy

These banks held the most CFPB complaints in 2017

Two Courts Clear the Way for Bankruptcy Trustees to Avoid Tuition Payments Made by Parents on Behalf of Children as Fraudulent Transfers | Financial Services Perspectives

GOP senator calls for probe into ‘flawed’ vetting process for CFPB official

Claw Back of Parent PLUS Loan Proceeds to Pay College Tuition Hits a Roadblock

NerdWallet CEO: Americans need the CFPB now more than ever

Fourth Circuit Approves Partial Dirt for Debt Plan

The Consumer Credit Market: The CFPB’s 2017 CARD Act Report

Democrats Question GOP Rural Student Loan Reimbursement Bill

Bringing Common Sense to Collections

Angry about robocalls? It’s not just you: New Jersey led the nation in complaints

Dispute Evolution: A bona fide dispute regarding claim amount may disqualify creditor from maintaining an involuntary case.

Eleventh Circuit Affirms Award of Attorneys’ Fees Incurred by Individuals for Stay Violation in Damages Action and on Appeal

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Presenters: James J. Haller, John C. Colwell, Ed Boltz, Gene Melchionne and Henry Sommer

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