On November 4, 2020, Pete Barry was interviewed and extensively quoted in an article in Money.com about the CFPB’s new debt collection rules on the FDCPA. Here’s a link to the Money Magazine online article.
On November 8, 2019, Pete Barry received a award for his 12 years of service as a District Ethics Investigator in Hennepin County. In 2018, Pete was appointed by the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility to act as a supervising attorney in assisting lawyers on probation.
Pete Barry successfully completed a seven-day course focused on depositions and trial in September 2017. Pete completed intensive training in openings, closings, direct and cross examinations, and jury selection. The week-long training was done with 32 attorneys from across the nation by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
Pete Barry will speak at the National Consumer Law Center’s Annual FDCPA Conference in New Orleans, LA on March 27-28, 2017. Pete gave a keynote luncheon address, as well as covering 3 hours of legal seminar materials on effective case screening, depositions, settlement, and the Electronic Funds Transfer Act.
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I have decades of federal consumer rights litigation experience since 1996. There is no tougher place in the world to litigate than in United States Federal District Court. You'll be glad that your lawyer has both the knowledge of the Court, and the success to back it up.
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