Shannon Miller focuses his practice on various aspects of financial services law, with an emphasis on consumer financial services litigation.
He has successfully represented healthcare and financial institutions and law firms throughout the country for claims filed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and various state consumer protection statutes.
Shannon has first-chaired more than 100 jury trials. He is a former prosecutor for the Delaware County Office of the District Attorney, where he investigated and prosecuted white collar crimes, and other felonies.
Shannon’s speaking engagements and publications include:
» Compelling Arbitration – How to Use Motions to Compel Arbitration, RMAI Webinar, May 2023;
» Medical Debt and the Ever-Changing Regulatory Landscape, ACA International 2022 Fall Forum, November 2022;
» Medical Debt and the Ever-Changing Regulatory Landscape, Southwest ACA Conference & Expo, October 2022;
» The CFPB’s Focus on Medical Debt and the Credit Reporting Agencies’ Response: What You Need to Know, ACA International Convention & Expo, July 2022;
» “Credit reporting agencies begin to roll out guidance to data furnishers on how to treat, report medical debt,” Westlaw Today, March 2022
» Prerecorded Call Cases Under the TCPA – What You Need to Know, AccountsRecovery.net Webinar, June 2021
» The CFPB’s New Final Debt Collection Rule (Regulation F), NBI, Inc., May 2021
» Debt Collection Boot Camp, “Navigating the FDCPA” & “Staying Ahead of the Regulation F Amendments”, NBI, Inc., May 2021
» Applying the Rules of Evidence: What Every Attorney Needs to Know, National Business Institute Seminar, April 2021
» Florida’s Workers’ Comp Law Is Disrupting Medical Debt Collection – What You Need To Know, Maurice Wutscher Webinar, March 2021
» A primer on the Bona Fide Error Defense and How it’s Applied in the Debt Collection Rule, AccountsRecovery.net, March 2021
» Mastering Judgment Enforcement & Debt Collection-The Rossdale Group, February 2021
» The FDCPA & CFPB: What Debt Collectors Must Know Now – “How to Walk the CFPB Line: Preparing for and Surviving an Audit”, The National Bar Institute, November 2020
» “Ricio: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, Maurice Wutscher Webinar, April 2020
» Payment Processing – What You Need to Know About Self-Service Payment Options and the Implicated Compliance Concerns, RMAI Annual Conference, February 2020
» FDCPA and Collection Law – “Ethics”, The National Bar Institute, December 9, 2019
» “Understanding the CFPB’s NPRM on the FDCPA – Parts 1-3”, Maurice Wutscher Webinars, May 15, May 22, and June 6, 2019
» FDCPA and Collection Law, National Business Institute Seminar, April 2019
» Meaningful Attorney Involvement in the Collections Process, RMAI Annual Conference, February 2019
» “Demand Letters and Disclosure Requirements”, RMAI Webinar, January 2019
» Recent Rulings That Could Be Helpful in Dealing With Meritless Lawsuits, AccountsRecovery.net Webinar, December 2017
» Collection Law: The Ultimate Guide, National Business Institute Seminar, December 2017
» “New FDCPA Violations You Must Know”, The National Bar Institute, March 2017
» “Ensuring Compliance with the FDCPA”, The National Bar Institute, August 2016
» “Averting Potential Ethical Problems in Collections”, The National Bar Institute, August 11, 2016
» “First Look at the FCC’s TCPA Declaratory Rulings”, Maurice Wutscher Webinar Series, June 22, 2015
He earned his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law and his Bachelor of the Arts from Wittenberg University.
He is a member of the American Bankers Association, ACA International, the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Receivables Management Association International (RMAI), and the American Bar Association.
Shannon is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as in the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Pennsylvania, the Eastern District of Tennessee, the Northern District of Illinois, the District of New Mexico, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.