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  1. InsideArm: Two new bills aimed at the debt collection industry were introduced in state legislatures last week. One in Indiana would explicitly define debt buyers as collectors, for the purpose of regulation. And another in Minnesota contains novel language that would require debt collectors to create and maintain records of contacts with debtors.
  2. Lots of CIC meat in these 69 (!) pages. Note: this paper is a draft. Jiménez, Dalié, Illegality in the Sale and Collection of Consumer Debts (December 5, 2013). Available at SSRN: or Dalié Jiménez: "Associate Professor of Law and Jeremy Bentham Scholar, University of Connecticut School of Law. Former Policy Fellow in the founding staff of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where Ifocused on debt collection, debt relief, and credit reporting. This paper benefited immensely fromcomments from participants at the 201
  3. Thanks to Peter Holland:
  4. The Banking Law Journal, February 2014, pp 143-152 SCRUTINY INCREASES ON LENDERS’ COLLECTION PRACTICES WITH RESPECT TO THIRD PARTIES AND DATA INTEGRITYby Benjamin G. Diehl This article examines the nature of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other agencies’ focus on debt collection practices and strategies creditors and other interested parties may wish to consider as a result.pp 147-148'Moreover, a creditor can expect to face substantial regulatory scrutiny in its dealings with third parties even if it elects to sell its debt
  5. Here's the link to the report. Has some very interesting data.