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Marx v. General Revenue Corp. (10th Cir.)

This case involves two questions concerning the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). First, the Bureau’s brief argues that the FDCPA generally bars debt collectors from contacting third parties in connection with the collection of a debt even if the third party does not actually realize that the contact relates to debt collection. Second, the brief argues that a defendant who wins an FDCPA suit may recover costs from the plaintiff only if the plaintiff brought suit in bad faith and for the purpose of harassment.

Full brief

Marx v. General Revenue Corp. - Merits Brief