The National Consumer Law Center has published a list of federal and state consumer financial protection laws scheduled to take effect or expire during the period from November 30, 2021, through the end of 2022.  The list includes laws related to mortgage servicing, debt collection, bankruptcy, student loans, and medical debt.

In a new report entitled “Debt Collection Communications: Protecting Consumers in the Digital Age,” the National Consumer Law Center “specifies the regulations the [CFPB] should adopt regarding when, where, how, and how often consumers can be contacted by debt collectors and creditors engaged in debt collection.”  According to the NCLC, while the report “is framed