Aylix K. Jensen and Issa K. Moe Appointed to Consumer Relations Consortium 2024 Legal Advisory Board


Moss & Barnett is pleased to announce that Aylix K. Jensen and Issa K. Moe were appointed to the Consumer Relations Consortium (CRC) 2024 Legal Advisory Board (LAB). The LAB is an exclusive membership group of outside counsel with expertise in the accounts receivable industry who have each pledged their time and resources to support the mission of the CRC. The LAB allows a limited number of law firms and is comprised of 14 total attorneys. Throughout the year, the LAB serves as a legal resource to the CRC membership and assists in fulfilling the mission of promoting forward-thinking approaches to the issues raised by regulatory policy and technology innovation in the accounts receivable industry.

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Aylix focuses her practice on defending creditors, fintech companies, collection agencies, and debt buyers in consumer litigation and regulatory matters at both federal and state levels. She has substantial experience defending clients against claims brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and other consumer protection laws and regulations. She also offers strategic guidance regarding compliance and risk management.

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Issa focuses his practice on representing clients in litigation and providing counsel to clients on compliance, risk management, and general business matters. He regularly advises clients on compliance with consumer financial laws and regulations, including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). He also represents clients in class action litigation and regulatory actions brought under those and similar financial laws and regulations.

About the Consumer Relations Consortium

The Consumer Relations Consortium (CRC) is an organization comprised of more than 60 national companies representing the diverse ecosystem of debt collection including creditors, data/technology providers, and compliance-oriented debt collectors that are larger market participants. Established in 2013, CRC is evolving the debt collection paradigm by engaging stakeholders — including consumer advocates, federal and state regulators, academic and industry thought leaders, creditors and debt collectors — and challenging them to move beyond talking points and focus on fashioning real-world solutions that actually improve the consumer experience. CRC’s collaborative and candid approach is unique in the market. CRC is managed by The iA Institute.

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