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CFPB RECEIVES FLOOD OF CONSUMER COMPLAINTS RELATED TO INACCURATE CREDIT REPORTING

There has been a recent spike in credit reporting complaints claiming that information on a consumer’s credit report actually belongs to someone else. This recent …

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JPML SAYS NO TO THE CENTRALIZATION OF COVID-19 BUSINESS INTERRUPTION CLAIMS

August 14, 2020 On Wednesday, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation ruled against the centralization of hundreds of cases filed against insurance companies in the …

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HOUSE PASSES CREDIT SCORE ACT OF 2020

The United States House of Representatives recently passed H.R. 5332, the Protecting Your Credit Score Act of 2020. The Act is intended to “ensure that …

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ONLY 14 BUSINESS INTERRUPTION CLAIMS PAID OUT TO BUSINESSES DESPITE OVER 150,000 CLAIMS FILED

In July 2020, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners issued Notes Regarding Data Received pertaining to Covid-19 business interruption claims. Of the 150,000 claims filed …

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FTC WARNS CONSUMERS TO BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE SCAMS

In a recent article, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) warned of customer service scams online. Based on reports received by the FTC, the information at …

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THE SIXTH CIRCUIT JOINS NINTH AND SECOND CIRCUITS IN BROADLY INTERPRETING THE TCPA’S DEFINITION OF AN AUTO DIALER

July 30, 2020 In an opinion released on Tuesday, the Sixth Circuit affirmed the Western District of Michigan’s decision in Allan v. Pa. Higher Ed. …

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