If you are suing debt buyers under the FDCPA, you need to understand the recent Circuit Court of Appeals decisions on whether these entities are debt collectors. Debt buyers are pushing the “passive” debt buyer argument through our courts to further restrict the FDCPA’s application and chip away at its already limited coverage. This webinar will prepare you for facing the “passive” debt buyer issue in your FDCPA cases involving debt buyers. This webinar is geared to intermediate practitioners.
What You Will Learn:
- Where the Circuit Court of Appeals stands on the “passive” debt buyer issue
- What the ins and outs are of a debt buyer’s arguments that it is not a debt collector under the FDCPA
- How to prove that a debt buyer’s primary purpose is debt collection
Corey D. McGaha is the founder of Corey D. McGaha PLLC, a solo practice law firm in Little Rock, AR. Mr. McGaha focuses his practice on debt defense, FDCPA, FCRA, and Auto Fraud cases. He files both individual and class action cases for consumers.
Kelly D. Jones operates his own law practice in Portland, OR. Kelly refers to himself a consumer rights attorney, as much of his practice is focused on seeking individual and class damages under the FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, TCPA, and Oregon’s unfair trade practices, employment discrimination, and whistleblower statutes. He also maintains a consumer bankruptcy practice, helping people to get a fresh start and prosecuting creditors’ violations of the bankruptcy laws.