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Hayley Morway, Development Operations & Database Coordinator

2021-03-22T14:40:21-05:00March 22, 2021|Categories: About Us|

Hayley Morway manages NCLC's database for the purposes of donor engagement, acknowledgement, reporting, and assisting in grant management. She graduated from the University of Connecticut and previously worked for The Student Conservation Association in New Hampshire. Hayley enjoys playing in and officiating soccer games in her free time.

2021 Fair Debt Speakers

2021-03-08T12:36:11-05:00March 1, 2021|Categories: Conferences & Training|

Fair Debt Collections Conference Information Page John Albanese, Berger Montague Amanda Allen, The Consumer Protection Firm Rozanne Andersen, Ontario Systems Anna Anderson, Legal Assistance of Western NY, Inc. Pete Barry, The Barry Law Office, Ltd. Thad Bartholow, Kellet & Bartholow, PLLC Andrea Bopp Stark, NCLC Jen [...]

Protecting Seriously Ill Consumers from Utility Disconnections: What States Can Do to Save Lives Now

2021-02-24T13:55:14-05:00February 23, 2021|Categories: Energy, Utilities & Communications|

State utility commissions set the rules regarding when and how the companies they regulate can terminate vital electric and gas service for non-payment. For households with a seriously ill person, strong rules, as detailed in this report, can mean the difference between life and death.   Report Summary Tables Appendix A: Serious Illness Criteria In [...]

How States Can Help Students Harmed by Higher Education Fraud

2021-01-14T16:04:34-05:00January 14, 2021|Categories: Student Loans|

This National Consumer Law Center report surveys states’ Student Protection Funds (SPFs) and provides a roadmap for how and why all states through the creation or strengthening of SPFs can provide relief to help students recover financial losses caused by school fraud or sudden closure. Report Summary Appendix A: States with Student Protection Funds (SPFs) [...]

Final Debt Collection Rule: Part 2

2021-01-08T13:46:34-05:00January 8, 2021|Categories: Other Webinars|

January 7, 2021 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized part two of its debt collection rules on December 18th. This webinar summarizes those rules. Speakers: Andrea Bopp Stark, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center April Kuehnoff, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center  

116th Congress (2019-20) – Archive

2021-01-19T13:27:50-05:00January 5, 2021|Categories: Legislation & Regulation|

Access to Justice S. 3913 (Cortez-Masto)/H.R. 7171 (Horsford) End Double Taxation of Successful Consumer Claims Act. Senate Support Letter. House Support Letter. S. 2627 (Cortez-Masto) End Double Taxation of Successful Civil Claims Act.  Support. S. 610 (Sen. Blumenthal)/H.R. 1423 (Rep. Johnson), Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act. Consumer support letter on House and Senate bills. S. [...]

NCLC 2021 Federal Priorities

2021-01-29T16:51:03-05:00December 8, 2020|Categories: Legislation & Regulation|

2021 Consumer Protection Federal Priorities 2021 Consumer Protection Priorities for a Covid Stimulus Package Banking 2021 Banking Agency Predatory Lending and Safe Banking Priorities Credit Reporting 2021 Credit & Consumer Reporting Priorities to Promote Economic Recovery Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Debt: 2021 Federal Legislative Priorities Debt Collection A Free Stimulus to Support Struggling Families and [...]

Final Debt Collection Rule: Part 1

2020-11-24T15:42:36-05:00November 24, 2020|Categories: Other Webinars, Webinars|

November 6, 2020 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized part one of its debt collection rules on October 30th. This webinar summarizes those rules. Speakers: Andrea Bopp Stark, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center April Kuehnoff, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center  

Samuel R. Shepard, N. Neal Pike Fellow

2020-11-06T13:30:35-05:00November 6, 2020|Categories: About Us|

Sam Shepard is the N. Neal Pike Fellow at NCLC working to develop resources that help Americans with physical, intellectual, developmental, or other disabilities use consumer law protections to seek justice. In 2019, Sam was a Hobbs Fellow at NCLC. Previously, he worked as a judicial intern for Judge Ojetta Rogeriee Thompson on the First [...]