U.S. Supreme Court: Purchaser of Defaulted Loans Not a Debt Collector Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Insights Douglas J. Schneller · July 11, 2017
The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that a purchaser for its own account of a defaulted loan is not a debt collector within the meaning of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Learn more here.
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Douglas Schneller handles a broad range of complex transactional matters involving bank finance and lending; restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency; intercreditor and subordination arrangements, including for mezzanine, leveraged, multi-lien and unitranche financings; claims analysis and reconciliation; and purchases and sales of par and distressed assets such as bank loans, notes, accounts receivable, trade claims, bankruptcy claims, and equity interests. He also counsels clients on a range of other transactional matters, including trade and receivable finance (including default-triggered puts and vendor/account receivable and trade financing); bankruptcy transactional matters including distressed investing, rescue and debtor-in-possession finance, and sales under Bankruptcy Code Section 363; corporate trust and agency; structured products; private placements; portfolio management and monitoring; and securities law matters.