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Preferred Collection and ACA Tell 11th Circuit That SCOTUS Opinion in Ramirez Supports Request for Rehearing in Hunstein

Posted Jun 30, 2021

Preferred Collection and Management’s counsel, ACA Board Member Richard Perr, co-managing partner of Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP, argues that in Ramirez, “[t]he Supreme Court implicitly recognized that providing information to a letter vendor is not a ‘publication’ and does not cause an injury-in-fact sufficient to provide standing.” Citing the Supreme Court’s recent opinion in TransUnion v. Ramirez, the defendant in Hunstein v. Preferred Collection & Mgmt. Servs. Inc. and ACA International have submitted letters of supplemental authority to the 11th Circuit, arguing that Ramirez all but requires the court to take up the en banc petition on issues of standing and on the merits.

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