Eleventh Circuit Deepens Split on Standing in FDCPA Cases

Date: December 23, 2020

Publication: Journal of Bankruptcy Law

Eleventh Circuit Deepens Split on Standing in FDCPA Cases

In Trichell v. Midland Credit Management, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit held that plaintiffs lacked standing under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act because they had not been personally misled by the defendant’s representation. Jessica E. Salisbury-Copper, Scott A. King, and Joe Barton discuss the decision and the deepening circuit split on the issue. 

Click here to view article. 

Email Disclaimer

You must agree to Thompson Hine's terms and conditions set forth in the disclaimer below before submitting any email to us:

Thompson Hine LLP Disclaimer

This website provides general information about Thompson Hine LLP for the convenience of visitors to the site. The site and the content within it are not intended to establish and their use does not establish an attorney/client relationship between Thompson Hine and any visitor. Information on the website is not legal advice. Do not send confidential information to any of our lawyers without first obtaining specific authorization. This website includes photographs of our lawyers and staff. Some of the design images and photographs on our website may be of actors depicting fictional scenes. Statements on this website of prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

By providing Thompson Hine LLP with any personally identifiable information, you hereby agree to the terms and conditions set forth in our website privacy policy.

Attorney Advertising
This website may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions.