The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) reached an $18 million settlement with Monster Loans and a number of related companies and individuals for illegally obtaining credit reports to further an alleged student loan debt relief scam. The Complaint, filed by CFPB in January of 2020, alleged that between […]
Nicole Y. Su
The Grand Duchess of TCPAland. Nicole focuses her business litigation practice on commercial and financial services cases, with a particular emphasis on Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). She is part of a nationally-recognized team that is at the forefront of the TCPA space. Along with the team, Nicole brings the experience and capability to vigorously defend financial institutions in TCPA actions nationwide.
Nicole is dedicated to achieving cutting-edge results for her clients. She uses her in-depth knowledge of the TCPA to come up with creative solutions for difficult problems.
In addition to the TCPA, Nicole has experience defending lawsuits filed across the nation involving both national and state debt collection laws.
Nicole also has written a number of articles on TCPA and consumer financial services litigation.
Her prior experience includes representing major financial institutions in federal and state mortgage banking litigation.
In ACA Int’l v. Healey, No. CV 20-10767-RGS, 2020 WL 2198366 (D. Mass. May 6, 2020), the District Court in Massachusetts struck down the State Attorney General’s emergency ban on debt collection calls and lawsuits during the COVID-19 pandemic, finding that the regulation violated the First Amendment. On […]