Case Update Roundup: The Bona Fide Error Defense
NCBA Legal Learning Webinar
The “bona fide error” defense requires a debt collector to show that: (1) the collector violated the FDCPA unintentionally; (2) the violation resulted from a bona fide error; and (3) the collector maintained procedures reasonably adapted to avoid the violation. Over the past two years, courts of appeals in several federal circuits have issued decisions interpreting the bona fide error defense. In this webinar, practitioner panelists will explain what these recent cases tell us about when debt collectors can and cannot rely on the bona fide error defense to insulate themselves from liability. Learn about The Bona Fide Error Defense from our subject matter experts, June Coleman, Messer Strickler, Ltd., Andrew Parker, Parker Daniels Kibort, LLC and David Schultz, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP.
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