On October 30, 2020, the CFPB published its long awaited Final Debt Collection Rule (the “Rule”) which is intended to interpret the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (the “FDCPA”) and clarify how new communication technologies can be used in compliance with the FDCPA. As an unexpected twist, the CFPB has delayed publishing its final rules as to validation notices and time barred debt disclosures and has indicated that those provisions will be published in December.
- The CFPB Publishes the Remainder of its Final Debt Collection Rule – Here’s What You Need to Know
- Sixth Circuit Widens Split on Benign Language Exception
- The Final Debt Collection Rule is Here and Focuses on Communication Methods – Here’s What You Need to Know
- NCCBA’s Comments to the CFPB’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Debt Collection
- Head of the CFPB Believes Regulator Is Unconstitutionally Structured