John Rossman

Attorney at Moss & Barnett


Moss & Barnett

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John K. Rossman is a shareholder and Chair of the Creditors' Remedies Practice Group at Moss & Barnett, P.A. Mr. Rossman is a nationally acclaimed authority on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the labyrinth of laws that impact the debt industry. He is a counselor and advisor to national and international companies and noted for his intelligent, creative and successful representation of collection agencies, debt buyers, creditors and fellow attorneys in cases across the country.

Posts Authored 84


Collectors Finally Winning FDCPA Cases: Is the Tide Turning or is Something Lurking?


Debt Collectors Hoping For Relief from Courts on Collection Letter Claims May Soon Get Clarity (podcast)


Verbal Authorization for Recurring Payments – Ask Yourself One Question: “Do I Feel Lucky?” (podcast)


New Collection Letter Lawsuits in California and New York: What Your Agency Needs to Know Now


First Party Servicing on Medical Accounts: The Federal and State Landscape Continues to Shift


3 Overlooked Traps for First Party/Early Out Servicers (podcast)


Consumers Bait Collectors With New Script to Manufacture FDCPA Claims


Debt Collectors Sued for Not Assessing Interest . . . Seriously?!?


Collection Agency Fights the Good Fight (and Wins!)


The Election That Changed the Collection Industry Forever


Podcast: Should Debt Collectors Email Consumers?


What Collectors Really Need to Know About the CFPB’s Proposed Rules

FDCPA Victory in Class Action Letter Case: What It Means for the Industry

Podcast: Do Consumers Need to Show "Concrete" Injury to Sue Debt Collectors?

Appellate Courts Hold Typical Collection Letters Violate FDCPA

Get Sued If You Do . . . Get Sued If You Don't: The Debt Collector's Conundrum

Debt Collectors Flooded with Mass-Produced Requests for Validation

Overcoming the Two Biggest Challenges Facing the Collection Industry

Big Mistake! Three Compliance Risks Collectors Overlook

Check by Phone Payments Still Cause Legal Headaches for Debt Collectors