Coercive Collection Tactics—An Analysis of the Interests and the Remedies

Janet Beck, Michael M. Greenfield and Jeffrey O'Connell
In September 1971, over 130 billion dollars of consumer credit was outstanding, or over six hundred dollars for every man, woman, and child in the United States. Virtually every consumer in the country is in debt, either to a merchant for goods or services purchased, to a financer who has purchased a vendor’s commercial paper, or to a financer who has lent money directly to the consumer. Of these millions…

The History and Development of Qui Tam

Sonya Meyers Davis