Monthly Archives: February 2018

Maurice Wutscher’s Donald Maurice to Discuss Attorney Ethics at NJ Child Support Conference

Feb. 27, 2018 — Maurice Wutscher attorney Donald Maurice will discuss attorney ethics at the New Jersey Child Support Conference in Atlantic City on March 2.

In Ethics and 21st Century Technology, Maurice will examine the impact social media, email and electronic documents have on lawyer professional responsibility and discuss what lawyers should do to be compliant.

Maurice is a partner at Maurice Wutscher, a nationwide law firm representing the financial services industry in defense and compliance matters. He speaks frequently about attorney ethics and on topics relevant to the financial services industry.

The conference is presented by the New Jersey Child Support Council, a non-profit organization whose members work to advance the objectives of the Child Support Program in New Jersey through training, education and advocacy.

Maurice Wutscher Attorneys Author Article on State Debt Collection Rulemaking

Feb. 21, 2018 — Maurice Wutscher’s Donald Maurice, Eric Rosenkoetter and Brent Yarborough have written an article discussing the regulation of debt collection activity at the state level for the Feb. 20 issue of Consumer Financial Services Law Report.

In “States Advance Debt Collection Regulation as CFPB Rule Stalls,” the authors write that while rulemaking at the federal level remains uncertain, states are advancing their rulemaking efforts.

“Numerous states have undertaken or soon will create extraordinary legislative and regulatory measures that are changing the landscape of debt collection regulation,” they write.

Maurice, Rosenkoetter and Yarborough focus their practices in the areas of appellate, commercial, and consumer credit litigation, and regulatory compliance. They regularly represent consumer and commercial financial services companies, including financial asset buyers and sellers, depository institutions, third-party debt collectors, and other financial services providers and have significant experience working with federal and state legislators and regulators.

Consumer Financial Services Law Report is published by Thomson Reuters.