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U.S. Supreme Court Will Decide Key FDCPA Statute of Limitations Issue


When does the clock start counting down?

The circuit courts have been divided on when the one-year statute of limitations under the FDCPA starts. Is it when the purported violation took place or does the clock start when the violation was discovered? This has led to much confusion about liability possibility under the FDCPA. Keep your fingers crossed that a decision by the Supreme Court will deliver a long-hoped for certainty regarding the issue of the FDCPA’s statute of limitations.



Maryia Jones

Maryia Jones

Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders, LLP

  • Litigation and compliance counsel at Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders, LLP (“Troutman Pepper”)
  • Member of the firm’s national practice defending credit and collection industry in individual and class actions across the country
  • Provides regulatory and compliance advice to its financial services clients
  • Regularly contributes analysis and commentary on legal and business developments in the consumer financial services industry through the Consumer Financial Services Law Monitor at cfslawmonitor.com
  • Member of the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals International
  • Can be contacted at 757-687-7539 or [email protected]
Ethan G. Ostroff

Ethan G. Ostroff

Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders, LLP

  • Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP
  • Focuses on financial services litigation and consumer law compliance counseling
  • Conducts regular seminars, presentations, and webinars on topics related to the alphabet soup of consumer protection statutes
  • Represents companies and individuals in patent, trademark and other commercial matters
  • Serves on the board of directors for the Receivables Management Associates International and is an ACA certified instructor
  • J.D. degree, The American University School of Law
  • Can be contacted at [email protected] or 757-687-7541
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Alan D. Wingfield

Troutman Sanders LLP

Alan Wingfield is a partner in Troutman Sander's consumer financial services practice, focusing on financial services litigation and consumer law compliance counseling. He helps businesses with the myriad federal and state consumer protection laws and laws regulating financial services and other types of consumer-facing companies. Alan has represented businesses in many venues nationally in class action and individual consumer litigation. He assists particularly with the “alphabet soup” of consumer protection statutes. Alan also has experience handling business litigation based on contracts and federal and state securities laws, as well as defending shareholder derivative and class action claims.

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David N. Anthony

Troutman Sanders LLP

David Anthony is a Partner in Troutman Sanders' Richmond office. He is an experienced trial lawyer with a concentration in litigating financial services and business disputes, including class actions. Mr. Anthony has developed an expertise in federal court litigation.

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