Rule Updates, Post-Judgment Collections, Fraudulent Transfers, and More
When it comes to debt collection, there's a lot of ways to mess up - both legally and strategically. Join our experienced faculty as they walk you through the most common mistakes that even expert debt collectors make. Step up and expand your realm of knowledge - register today!
Review and avoid common mistakes made in debt collection.
Know the rules regarding third-party disclosures.
Understand what to avoid when writing debtor notices and requests for collections.
Get familiar with the usage of "Mini-Miranda" warnings and how they're properly used in collections.
Identify what could be false, deceptive, and/or misleading representations when reaching out to debtors.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Accountants, debt collectors, and paralegals may also benefit.
CFPB and FDCPA Rule Updates, New Guidance, Enforcement News and Case Law
FDCPA: All the Ways Debt Collectors Are Messing Up
Debt Collection, the FDCPA, and Bankruptcy
TCPA, FCRA, UDAAP: Top Mistakes to Avoid
Common Debt Collection Mistakes: From Pre-Suit Strategies to Securing a Judgment
Post-Judgment Collections: What Works and What Doesn't
Failure to Find Debtors, Assets, and Fraudulent Transfers
Regulatory Ethics: 1.00Business Law: 6.00
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This is an Intermediate level program presented in a group internet-based setting. Accountants should have a basic understanding of Debt Collection No advanced preparation is required.Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:1. Examine methods on how to prevent debt verification blunders.2. Identify at least one debtor collection violation.3. Discuss mistakes made in the notice drafting process.4. State at least one unethical behavior debtors should avoid during collections.Field(s) of Study -- Business Law; Regulatory Ethics.
Ernest H. Kohlmyer is a partner with Shepard, Smith, Kohlmyer & Hand, P.A. He practices in the areas of FDCPA and FCRA defense on behalf of collection agencies and credit grantors in the state of Florida. Mr. Kohlmyer also represents governmental entities in the central areas of civil rights and constitutional law. He is a regular speaker on the areas of debt collection and credit bureau reporting issues for the Florida Collectors Association and ACA International. Mr. Kohlmyer has been a member of ACA International's Member's Attorney Program (MAP) (former chairman), and has served as Florida's state unit representative. He currently serves on the ACA Legislative Council, and is a board member for the ACA International Foundation. Mr. Kohlmyer is licensed in both the state and federal courts in Florida and Georgia. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Kohlmyer earned his B.S. degree from Florida State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Dayton School 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, Rhode Island and American bar associations, Commercial Law League of America, and 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.
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