CAC Educational Scholarship Foundation Announces Scholarship Winners

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Three students received scholarships totaling $6,000 for the 2022-2023 school year. 11/22/2022 12:25 P.M. 1 minute read The California Association of Collectors Educational Scholarship Foundation is pleased to announce this year’s scholarship winners. Scholarship applicants were asked to submit an essay on “the importance of establishing and maintaining good financial credit during your college years.” […]

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Next on the ACA Huddle: California Legislative Update

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On the Nov. 23 ACA Huddle, industry professionals Tom Griffin, Kelly Parsons-O’Brien and Cindy Yaklin will review several new laws that impact collections against California consumers. The ACA Huddle is free for all members. 11/21/2022 1:00 P.M. 1.5 minute read On the Nov. 23 ACA Huddle®, join the California Association of Collectors legislative team—Tom Griffin, […]

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Roche v. SLM Corp: Material Issues About Sufficiency of Furnisher’s Investigation Preclude Summary Judgment in FCRA Case

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A summary judgment on the question of whether a furnisher’s investigation was sufficient is appropriate if only one conclusion about the conduct’s reasonableness is possible. Issues of credibility preclude summary judgment. 11/10/2022 3:35 P.M. 4 minute read Roche v. SLM Corp., 21-00985-CJC (JDEx) (C.D. CA. Nov. 4, 2022)  By Betsy Clarke—Compliance Attorney Note: ACA provides […]

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Concha v. Debt Recovery Resources: Collector Permitted to Raise Counterclaims for Overdue Rental Payments in FDCPA Action

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Where a landlord’s claims and consumers’ claims clearly had something in common in that they both related to the consumers’ alleged debt and rental of the landlord’s rental property, the landlord’s counterclaims were sufficiently related to the common nucleus of operative facts underlying the consumers’ claims that a plaintiff would ordinarily be expected to try […]

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5th Circuit’s CFPB Decision Brings Challenges to Enforcement Actions


Several groups argue that the bureau’s enforcement actions, filed while using a funding source the 5th Circuit court has deemed unconstitutional, qualify them to be dismissed. 10/26/2022 12:00 P.M. 5 minute read Since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s funding structure through the Federal Reserve was deemed unconstitutional by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the […]

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