Midweek News Briefs…
Bankruptcy Court Lacked Power to Order $375,000 in Punitive Damages
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren Says CFPB Data Collection Freeze, Other Actions, are ‘Unjustified’
Court Finds that Late Filing of Tax Return does Not Automatically Bar a Debtor from Discharging a Taxes
Debtor Who Prevailed in Automatic Stay Violation Action Awarded only $406 in Total Damages Since She Neither Mitigated Damages Nor Offered Evidence of Attorneys Fees
IRS private debt-collection program hurts low-income Americans
The Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2017
U.S. says Massachusetts cannot sue student loan servicer
Debt Collection Activity Alone Does Not a Debt Collector Make, According to Northern District of Illinois
Judge Was Not Kind to Collection Agency Plaintiffs in RICO Case Decision
President Trump Nominates Brendan Carr for Five-Year FCC Term
AG Pushes Collection Firm to Scrap $8.8M in Consumer Debt
CFPB Withdraws Proposal To Conduct Debt Collection Disclosure Survey
US consumer debt surges by the most in over 2 years to $3.8 trillion
Holiday Debt Hangover for U.S. Consumers
Nevada District Court Holds that a Creditor Must Have a Fully Undisputed Claim to Petition for an Involuntary Bankruptcy
Americans Borrowed More in November Amid Solid Holiday Sales
Kick Off the New Year with A New Webinar!
Stump the Chumps!
Date: Thursday, January 11, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM Eastern / 8:30 AM Pacific (60 Minutes)
Cost: $25 Members / $75 Non-Members
Presenters: James J. Haller, John C. Colwell, Ed Boltz, Gene Melchionne and Henry Sommer
Who’s Ready for the 2018 NACBA Annual Convention!
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