Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

Bankruptcy News Briefs- 12/27

Let’s recover from the holiday with the following headlines…

You Guess: What’s the Debt Burden for Americans Entering Retirement?

What consumers should know when debt collectors call

How Student Loan Debt is Different From Other Types of Debt

Scary Bonds From Last Crisis Were the Best Place to Hide in 2018

Why The Latest Market Slump May Be A Head Fake

How To Keep Those Financial New Year’s Resolutions

Are we heading into another recession?

CFPB modifies HMDA data disclosure, issues 2019 guidance

CFPB Isn’t Using a Process to Evaluate Consumer Risk: GAO

Suffolk launches student-loan repayment program

Pre-paid college tuition plan gets a boost

Consumers face higher credit card balances in 2019

Millennial Investing: Top 15 Tips Heading Into 2019

Study: Many South Florida Millennials Can’t Afford To Buy A House

Dems aim to bring big-government programs to floor vote with 2019 House takeover

Consumer alleges CBE Group keeps calling to collect debt from unknown person

Consumer alleges Dynamic Recovery Solutions attempted to collect alleged debt beyond statute of limitations

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Bankruptcy News Briefs- 12/18

Start this Tuesday with the following headlines…

State Agencies Can Enforce FCRA Too

New report illustrates how student loan debt hampers home-buying

NYT: Risky mortgages are making a comeback

Democratic House members urge Kraninger to resume MLA exams

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Bankruptcy News Briefs- 12/17

A  new week brings new bankruptcy news briefs…

U.S. Student Loan Debt Sets Record, Doubling Since Recession

Five challenges facing new consumer bureau chief

Education Dept. Cancels Plan for New Student Loan System and Will Try Again

Top 5 Financial Policy Predictions for 2019

White House budget director picked to replace Kelly

Bankruptcy News Briefs- 12/13

Here are today’s bankruptcy & consumer briefs to start your Thursday…

Consumer bureau morale plummeted under Mulvaney: report

Trump administration refuses to publish required report on student-loan borrower complaints

Using the bank your college recommended? Check for fees 

Why The Student Loan Bubble Won’t Burst

5 Things to Know About Financial Wellness Programs

November FDCPA Case Law Review

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Bankruptcy News Briefs- 12/05

Today’s bankruptcy and consumer headlines are…

Encore Enters Settlement Agreement with 42 States and the District of Columbia

Debt Collector Can’t Head Off Class Cert. In Student Loan Suit

D.N.J.: If Relationship Between Collector and Creditor is Clear, Including Chain of Title Does not Make Creditor Identification Unclear

Stocks are plummeting, but a U.S. recession doesn’t look imminent

New York State Is Probing Abuses in Small-Business Lending

Bond Rally Eases Detroit’s Return to Muni Market

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2018 Midterm Election Results Impact on Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Date: ON DEMAND
Time: ON DEMAND
Cost: No Cost – Member Benefit Webinar
Presenters: John Colwell, Esq., Ike Shulman, Esq., Ed Boltz, Esq. & John Rao, Esq.

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Join NACBA as we discuss how the recent 2018 midterm election results will impact consumer bankruptcy attorneys. This webinar is an opportunity for members to review the results, discuss House committees and new leadership, and learn how you can help NACBA move forward with bringing important issues to the attention of the 2019 Congressional agenda.

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Circuit Case Law Update
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Time: ON DEMAND
Cost: Free for NACBA Members
Presenters: Jim Molleur, David Shaev, Trish Meyer, Koury Hicks, Behrooz Vida, Brian Flick, David Yen, Wendell Sherk, Stanley Zlotoff, Jill Michaux and Nathan Juster.

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Join us for a discussion of the most interesting recent cases from each federal circuit led by the NACBA Circuit Leader for each circuit. Stay on top of the most interesting cases from across the country.

Bankruptcy News Briefs- 11/28

The midweek headlines are…

What Practitioners Need to Know About New Bankruptcy Rules, Effective December 1

Student loan debt becoming a ‘crisis,’ DeVos says

Sen. Gardner Behind Bill For Employers To Help With Student Loans

Foreclosure Not Complete Until Deed Recorded so Debtor May Cure and Maintain

Consumer Litigation and Complaints Back on the Rise in October

Bankruptcy News Briefs- 11/27

Today’s Bankruptcy News Briefs read…

House Democrats gear up to take on DeVos

District Court Stays Case Pending U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Obduskey v. Wells Fargo

Elimination of student loans opens doors of opportunity for Hopkins undergraduates

CFPB/Fed/OCC 2018 Increase Exemption Thresholds for Appraisal Requirement, Regs Z and M

Opinion: A sensible way to fix the student-loan problem

CFPB Disclosures Sandbox Could Help Prepaid Cards Ditch Paper

Student Loan Payback Tougher as Borrowers Age

A Reprieve for Homebuyers With Student Loans