Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Scanlan, Buckle & Young, PC currently represents attorneys and collection agencies who have been accused of violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and Texas Debt Collection Act (TDCA).  We have extensive experience in this area and have defended clients in consumer-based claims ranging from small state cases to federal class actions.  We also have experience in working with your malpractice carrier and/or errors and ommissions carrier to gauge the extent of you and your insurer's exposure.  Draw upon our knowledge and experience to make sound legal and business assessments for your defense.

Our firm has several published opinions regarding FDCPA interpretation and one of our attorneys, David Sander, is a lecturer for the National Business Institute on FDCPA compliance.  Our experience means that you will not have to fund a learning curve in this fairly unique area of law. 

Along with our experience in defending collectors, we remain on the forefront of collection laws and collect business accounts for our clients.  If you have business accounts receivable, then we know how to avoid the pitfalls of wrongful collection and expeditiously seek to recover the accounts you are owed.

Contact us today by email or telephone at 512-478-4651.
602 West 11th Street
Austin, Texas  78701

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