Written by an economist and attorney, Defending a Credit Card Collection Case arguably provides the most comprehensive coverage of the manner in which credit cards are originated, financed, billed, collected, and sued upon. Offering in-depth explanations of concepts, practical advice on methodologies, and sample pleading and practice forms, this book covers topics such as how to effectively eliminate any credit card debt without harming your clients' FICO score. This book also provides readers with crucial information surrounding issues that commonly affect attorneys engaged in litigation with credit card issuing banks, debt collectors, and credit reporting agencies. Furthermore, by applying the dispute process in connection with federal, state, and the common law, Defending a Credit Card Collection Case is a comprehensive and integrated practice manual and is truly an indispensable resource for both practitioners and would-be practitioners alike. Book jacket.