On July 24, 2019, and for the second time this year, Troutman Sanders attorneys, Maryia Jones and Stephen Steinlight, will lead a webinar by Lorman Educational Services entitled, “Collection Disputes: A Good Defense Is the Best Offense.”

The credit and collection industry remain under an increased scrutiny from regulators and a target of

Two Troutman Sanders LLP attorneys recently published an article in a national publication discussing how to avoid risks in electronic delivery of insurance documents with an E-SIGN compliance strategy.

Alan Wingfield and Michael Huggins co-authored an article Avoid Pitfalls in Electronic Delivery of Documents with an E-SIGN Compliance Strategy in the American Bar Association Journal.

The United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois denied Ralph Lauren’s motion to dismiss in favor of a recipient of text messages in Hudson v. Ralph Lauren Corp. et al. Ralph Lauren now must defend the class action suit over excessive text messages.

Plaintiff Patrick Hudson alleged Ralph Lauren violated the

In a decision issued on March 26, the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit found that appellee Citizens Bank’s “Sustained Overdraft Fees” do not qualify as interest under the National Bank Act (“NBA”) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s (“OCC”) related regulations, rules, and interpretive letters that provide guidance with

A recent objection by the U.S. Department of Justice to a proposed class action settlement in Cowen v. Lenny & Larry’s Inc.[1] may be an indication that the DOJ will be scrutinizing future settlements for the benefits to the class members. The DOJ argued in its objection that the bulk of the benefit from the

The FBI has calculated that global losses due to business email compromise exceeded 12.5 billion dollars in the period October 2013 to May 2018. The question is no longer “if” your company will be a victim but “when” and in-house counsel and practitioners must be ready to detect and respond.

Troutman Sanders attorneys regularly represent

Requiring an employee or consumer to submit any dispute to binding arbitration as a condition of employment or purchase of a product or service is commonly referred to as “forced arbitration.”  Many times, the employee or consumer is required to waive their right to sue or to participate in a class action lawsuit.  Critics argue

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Join us on Wednesday, March 13th, 2:00-3:00 pm (EST), as we take a closer look at recent developments in class action litigation. Along with proposed legislative changes working their way through Congress, we’ll touch on the following topics to help you effectively manage the litigation:

  • Arbitration Agreements – Schein v. Archer

Without a doubt, data privacy took center stage in 2018. The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018, and California quickly followed suit with its own privacy protection law, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The CCPA greatly expands privacy protections for California residents by providing

On February 22, 2019, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals issued a precedential ruling affirming a district court’s finding that Crown Asset Management LLC is a debt collector under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. In doing so, the Third Circuit interpreted the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Henson v. Santander, Consumer USA Inc., 137