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Quarterly Report
Vol. 69, Nos. 2 - 4
Conference Elects New Governing Committee Members
 
The 2014 Fisher Memorial Program – Credit for the Next Generation of Young Consumers: Too Little, Too Much, Too Confused?
 
2015 CFPB CARD Act Report
by Andrew Owens and Adam D. Maarec
FTC Finalizes Rule Banning Telemarketer Use of Remotely Created Payments
by Alan S. Kaplinsky, John L. Culhane, Jr., Mark J. Furletti and Jeremy T. Rosenblum
The Effect of the FDCPA’s Class-Action Penalty Cap on Class Certification
by Scott J. Hyman and Austin B. Kenney
Eighth Circuit: Purpose, Not Content, Determines TCPA Coverage of Calls as “Telemarketing”
by Alan S. Kaplinsky, John L. Culhane, Jr., Mark J. Furletti, Daniel JT McKenna and Joel E. Tasca
Judicial Isolation of the Third Circuit’s “Glassine Window” FDCPA Decision in Douglass v. Convergent Outsourcing
by Scott J. Hyman and Austin B. Kenney
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