Jack Brown III
President Gulf Coast Collection Bureau, Inc. Sarasota, FL
VP and Senior Counsel of Federal Advocacy
Vice President, State Government and Unit Affairs ACA International Washington, D.C.
Chief Executive Officer
Why Should I Attend?
The accounts receivable management industry is currently embroiled in one of the toughest political fights in its history. This year, at the federal level, the accounts receivable management industry faced an unprecedented level of attention from federal lawmakers and regulators as we respond to the first ever debt collection proposal from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, over a dozen debt collection related bills on Capitol Hill, and await action from the Federal Communications Commission addressing key issues about the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, SHAKEN/STIR and call blocking and labeling. ACA and its 36 state and regional units have faced more than 700 bills throughout the country this year that would impact the industry. A network of unit legislative teams and more than 30 lobbyists have worked to educate legislators on the impact of receiving mass dispute letters, shortening the statute of limitations, expunging debt, limiting garnishment, restricting communications and increasing fees among other issues. These units have also engaged in several key grassroots efforts to successfully promote and oppose legislation. Join ACA’s Advocacy Team for a recap of this year’s efforts and a discussion on the strategy for 2020.
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