Pepper Hamilton Denies Debt Collector Status in FDCPA Suit

, The Legal Intelligencer

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The definition of "debt collector" has become a central issue as Pepper Hamilton faces a federal lawsuit alleging that a partner used unfair debt collection practices in payment demands to his tenants that were printed on firm letterhead.

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  • mike a

    maybe h P does not want to be known as a common "debt collector" seein as how they are a high flyin big law firm

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