Author Archives: Nick Jarman

TCPA: Where Do We Go From Here?

Tell me if you have heard this before, “the main issue hampering the debt collection industry right now is TCPA reform.”  Or is it?  Is reform the right word to be using, maybe it should be replaced with clarification?  Reform is a daunting task, one that would consist of legislators on both sides of the…

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Defending Against TCPA: What is being missed by many debt collector defense attorneys…

As I continue to read the adverse TCPA rulings against debt collectors come down from judges across the country, I can’t help but wonder if some of the attorneys defending these TCPA cases completely understand the TCPA itself, along with the subsequent FCC rulings over the last twenty years.  There are quite a few solid,…

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Modernizing the Debt Collection Process: TCPA Risks and Foti

The debt collection industry is in desperate need of two things from our federal government in order to begin to modernize the debt collection process, clear exclusion from the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and a concise determination made if a debt collector’s voicemail to a consumer is a communication as defined in the Fair Debt…

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