Our seasoned faculty will walk you through the most key and significant FDCPA case law, such as rulings on disclosures to third parties, recent cases on SOL issues and new decisions that define "debt collector." Don't miss this opportunity to get up to speed on imperative decisions that directly impact your practice. Register today!
Review language of collection letters to avoid threats of litigation.
Examine envelope oversights and the benign language exception.
Analyze FDCPA, bankruptcy claims and the automatic stay.
Review cases in the wake of Spokeo v. Robins.
Convenience Fee Obligations - Recent Opinions
New Decisions on the Definition of "Debt Collector"
Deceptive and Misleading Communications - Key Findings
Language of Collection Letters - Threats of Litigation
Envelope Oversights and the Benign Language Exception
Rulings on Disclosures to Third Parties
FDCPA, Bankruptcy Claims and the Automatic Stay
Obduskey, Foreclosures and the FDCPA
Recent Cases on SOL Issues and Time-Barred Debts
Concrete Injury - Cases in the Wake of Spokeo v. Robins
Bona Fide Error Defense Claims - Successes and Failures
Current Best Practices and Updating Training Materials
JORGE M. ABRIL is managing partner in the Miami firm of Jorge M. Abril, P.A., where he practices in the areas of consumer collections; commercial litigation; hospital and medical collections; health care reimbursement, including managed care lawsuits; and collection related litigation. He has more than 30 years of experience in the debt collection industry and extensive litigation exposure in the representation of commercial and consumer creditors. Mr. Abril frequently lectures in the areas of collections, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, healthcare collections and other collections related issues. He earned his B.A. degree from California State University and his J.D. degree from Nova Southeastern University Law School, where he was a member of the national competitor of the Moot Court Society. Mr. Abril is a member of the Coral Gables, Miami-Dade County, Cuban American and American bar associations; The Florida Bar; the Latin Builders Association; the Healthcare Financial Management Association; the Commercial Law League of America; and the American Collectors Association. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. District in the Southern District.
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