Congress enacted The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) in 1978 as part of the Consumer Credit Protection Act to eliminate abusive practices in the collection of consumer debts. The FDCPA is a complex statute, contains many internal contradictions, and case law has resulted in numerous circuit splits throughout the country. Parker Daniels Kibort’s FDCPA litigation team has extensive experience assisting financial institutions and collections firms that encounter litigation and threats of litigation under the FDCPA.
We also serve as general counsel to clients to craft a company-wide strategy to stay in compliance with the FDCPA, reduce exposure of potential violations, and defend cases that need skilled litigating. As frequent presenters regarding the FDCPA at national conferences, we know this area of law inside and out.
FDCPA Defense Litigation
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