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CACi Continues Growing, Acquires Two More Agencies

Account Recovery

St. Ann, Mo — April 22 — Consumer Adjustment Company, Inc. (CACi) is excited to announce the acquisitions of Creditors’ Discount & Audit Co. (CDA) and The Credit Bureau of Columbia/Account Management Services (AMS). The two companies are the latest to join the CACi family and further demonstrate the company’s stability and rapid growth.

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A Contractor’s Perspective on the Initial Decision Maker in Construction Contracts

Jimerson Firm

In the ever-evolving realm of construction contracts, navigating the contractual dispute resolution procedures can pose significant challenges for contractors. Since the 2007 revision to AIA contract forms, the so-called Initial Decision Maker (IDM) process has become more common and is presenting new challenges for contractors. Thus, a basic understanding of the IDM process is essential for contractors seeking to navigate these complexities.

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Do Debt Collection Agencies Work With Small Businesses?

JMA

Many Australian small businesses face a common challenge: recovering outstanding invoices. Chasing overdue payments can be a time-consuming and stressful burden, while the traditional debt collection process can be lengthy and yield uncertain results. This is where debt collection agencies like JMA Credit Control come in. We specialise in working with small businesses across Australia, Read more » The post Do Debt Collection Agencies Work With Small Businesses?

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Why creditors should know what it means to “pierce the corporate veil”

Collections Law

On occasion, a corporation may appear destitute, even defaulting on its financial responsibilities and unable to satisfy its debts. Meanwhile, its shareholders or business owners appear flush with cash. This scenario can be frustrating to a debtor. When it seems as though an individual is hiding behind the corporate structure of their company, it is understandably infuriating.

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From Complexity to Clarity: Strategies for Effective Compliance and Security Measures

Speaker: Erika R. Bales, Esq.

When we talk about “compliance and security," most companies want to ensure that steps are being taken to protect what they value most – people, data, real or personal property, intellectual property, digital assets, or any other number of other things - and it’s more important than ever that safeguards are in place. Let’s step back and focus on the idea that no matter how complicated the compliance and security regime, it should be able to be distilled down to a checklist.

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Appeals Court Affirms Summary Judgment Ruling for Defendant in FDCPA Case

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The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed a lower court’s ruling in favor of a defendant that was sued for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, agreeing that the defendant’s conduct did not violate the statute and that that plaintiff’s claims were partially time-barred.

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Daily Digest – April 22. Appeals Court Affirms Summary Judgment Ruling for Defendant in FDCPA Case; Credit Card Delinquency Rates Tick Upward, but Consumers Showing No Signs of Slowing Spending

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Appeals Court Affirms Summary Judgment Ruling for Defendant in FDCPA Case Credit Card Delinquency Rates Tick Upward, but Consumers Showing No Signs of Slowing Spending Judge Denies Class Certification Motion in FDCPA Case Compliance Digest – April 22 WORTH NOTING: Some of those historical signs you see around may not be as accurate as you […]

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Judge Denies Class Certification Motion in FDCPA Case

Account Recovery

A District Court judge in New Jersey has denied a plaintiff’s motion to certify a class in a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act lawsuit, ruling the choice of law provisions in the underlying agreement make it impossible to determine on a class-wide basis which statute of limitations apply to the underlying debt.

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Credit Card Delinquency Rates Tick Upward, but Consumers Showing No Signs of Slowing Spending

Account Recovery

One of the consistencies in trying to assess the economy during the past couple of years has been the consistency with which the economy seems to be heading in multiple directions simultaneously. One day, there is data that suggests the economy is improving and interest rates are going to start coming down.

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