Critical Debtor Information, Online Search Strategies, Common Skip Tracing Issues, and More
Get what you need to know about debtors without wasting precious time. Join our experienced faculty as they walk you through the essentials of locating and accessing skip and asset information as well as avoiding some of the most prominent mistakes that even experts encounter. Gain key strategies and discuss some of the most important legal considerations surrounding debt collection - register today!
Discuss the most valuable techniques and resources for finding essential debtor and asset information.
Review the latest legal developments in order to ensure compliance when searching for skips in the debt collection process.
Take a look at the latest social media and internet search trends affecting debtor tracing.
Know how to locate and access employment, tax, and real property information for tracking down skips.
Understand how to track skips and assets ethically.
Privacy Laws, FDCPA, FCRA, and Other Compliance Updates and Pitfalls
Searching Public, Government, and Employment Records
Obtaining Financial, Tax, Asset, and Real Property Information
Evan P. Howell III is a sole practitioner with his law office in Metairie, Louisiana. For more than 30 years, Mr. Howell has handled a range of bankruptcy matters for Chapter 11 debtors in possession; creditors' committees; debtors for Chapters 7 and 13; secured creditors; banks and financial institutions; unsecured creditors; and Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees. He has practiced before the U.S. Supreme Court; five federal courts of appeals; and bankruptcy courts in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Illinois, Colorado, Montana and Washington. Mr. Howell has been qualified as an expert witness for bankruptcy law and procedure in a federal district court. He has served and been appointed as a private mediator and arbitration judge. He has lectured on bankruptcy law for continuing legal education seminars, private clients, and for Tulane University's paralegal program and business school. He balances his bankruptcy law practice with collections, commercial transactions, and construction litigation. Mr. Howell earned his B.A. degree from Louisiana State University and A&M College and his J.D. degree from Loyola University New Orleans, College of Law.
Lynda L. Laing is a partner in the law firm of Strauss, Factor, Laing & Lyons in Providence, Rhode Island, where her practice concentrates in the areas of collections and litigation. Ms. Laing is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Rhode Island and American bar associations, the Commercial Law League of America, and the American Bankruptcy Institute. She served as chairperson of the Bench Bar Committee for the Rhode Island Bar Association. Ms. Laing earned her A.B. degree from Albion College and her J.D. degree from Case Western Reserve University Law School.
Robert M. Singer is a sole practitioner with the Law Offices of Robert M. Singer, L.L.C. in Hamden, where he practices in the areas of commercial law, bankruptcy and collections. Mr. Singer is a past adjunct professor at Southern Connecticut State University and has written many articles on his areas of practice including "(Limited Liability Corporations) An Investment Vehicle for Future Income," Financial Freedom Quarterly. He is also the author of the book, Library of Connecticut Collection Law Forms. Mr. Singer is a member of the New Haven County Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Association. He earned his B.S.B.A. degree in accounting from Bryant College, his J.D. degree from Western New England College, and his M.S. degree in taxation from the University of New Haven. Mr. Singer has litigated cases successfully before the Connecticut Supreme Court and Connecticut Appellate Court.
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