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Critical Things to Know When Collecting in West Virginia and Facing a Lawsuit from a Debtor in West Virginia

Posted By Administration, Friday, September 27, 2019
Updated: Thursday, January 2, 2020

Recorded Friday, September 27, 2019

In this podcast, Nicholas Mooney will examine debt collection in West Virginia. Specifically, he will discuss what laws collectors need to be aware of when collecting in West Virginia, how do consumers use these laws against collectors, and what attempts have been made to limit the impact of these laws. In addition, he will look at the trends in debtors' lawsuits against collectors in the state, and what should collectors know about facing a lawsuit in West Virginia.

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Nicholas P. Mooney

Nicholas P. Mooney is a partner in the Charleston, West Virginia office of Spilman, Thomas, and Battle, PLLC, a mid-Atlantic regional law firm. Spilman was founded by two lawyers who worked with Abraham Lincoln to craft the borders of West Virginia. The firm currently has seven offices in four states. Nick has been practicing law for 23 years, and, for the last 20 years, his practice has focused on defending collectors and creditors sued by debtors in West Virginia and elsewhere. He also represents collectors and creditors in connection with government investigations and lawsuits, most often brought by the West Virginia Attorney General's office.

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