July 22, 2021

Compliance Coffee Break - The Hunstein Decision: Sea Change or Business as Usual?

Anastasia V. Caton and Mark E. Rooney

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Join Anastasia Caton and Mark Rooney for a discussion of the Eleventh Circuit's decision in Hunstein v. Preferred Credit, in which the court held that a debt collector can violate the FDCPA's prohibition on third-party disclosure by transmitting information to a letter vendor. Anastasia and Mark explain the holding of the case and the current status of the case. They also provide important takeaways for debt collectors, creditors, and collection vendors operating in the Eleventh Circuit and beyond.

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