Jeremy Cali joins CCM as General Counsel


Syracuse, N.Y. – Capital Collection Management (CCM), a provider of first-party and third-party collections, debt purchasing, and litigation services, hired Jeremy Cali as its General Counsel. In this role, he is responsible for compliance oversight, litigation and providing legal guidance to the executive team.

“Jeremy is a great addition to CCM who will pull from his expertise to ensure our compliance with applicable laws and regulations in all areas of the business,” said Jacob Corlyon, Co-Founder and CEO of CCM. “His extensive legal background and litigation experience will help keep CCM at the forefront in this rapidly evolving industry,”

Prior to joining CCM, Jeremy held the role of Staff Attorney at Bankers Healthcare Group. Cali also spent 12 years as a prosecutor in the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office. Serving as the Chief of the Special Victims Bureau, he litigated hundreds of cases in addition to leading a state and federal joint taskforce.

Jeremy earned his Juris Doctorate from New England School of Law in Boston. He is licensed to practice law in the state of New York, and continues to teach and train other attorneys in litigation strategies.

About Capital Collection Management

Capital Collection Management (CCM) provides modern, technology-driven collections, debt purchasing, and litigation services for enterprises that need engagement with empathy, experience with compliance, and excellence in debt recovery. Leveraging state-of-the-art analytics and machine learning combined with a service-focused approach, CCM helps organizations from a variety of industries protect their brands and improve their bottom lines. To learn more, visit and follow us on LinkedIn



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