Using Caller ID and Call Recording in Collections
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AgendaCaller I.D. and What Can a Collection Agency Display on Caller I.D.
- Under TCPA
- The FCC's Rulings
- Under Federal or State Debt Collection Statutes
- What Is the Law?
- How Can Companies Comply?
- What Disclosures Will Minimize Risks of Liabilities?
David J. Kaminski, Carlson & Messer LLP
- Partner at the law firm of Carlson & Messer LLP, a Los Angeles-based civil litigation defense firm
- Practice concentrates in the defense of collection agencies and creditors under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and related state and federal consumer protection statutes
- Has extensive experience in multi-district and class action litigation with emphasis on the FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA, and state invasion of privacy and recording act claims
- Has published numerous articles on compliance and the evolving interpretations of consumer protection laws
- Lectured on such topics as the FDCPA, the FCRA, the TCPA, class action strategies in state and federal cases, recording act claims, trends in consumer litigation, risk management issues, and other related topics throughout the United State
- Member of the attorney panel of the ACA International
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