Nov. 22, 2017 — Maurice Wutscher attorneys Thomas R. Dominczyk and Shannon P. Miller will be panel speakers in a one-day seminar focusing on compliance guidance for debt collectors on Dec. 7 in Philadelphia.
Presented by the National Business Institute, the seminar will cover all aspects of collections law including the latest developments with the FDCPA and TCPA; CFPB enforcement actions; locating assets, garnishing accounts and attaching liens; jurisdiction and venue issues; how bankruptcy affects collections; attorney’s fees; ethics matters and more.
Continuing legal education credits will be provided. For more information and to register, click here.
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Nov. 8, 2017 — Maurice Wutscher’s Alan C. Hochheiser will be among a panel of speakers presenting an ABA webinar Nov. 15 at noon, “The New Chapter 13 Plan: What Debtors and Creditors Need to Know.”
On Dec. 1, significant amendments to the Bankruptcy Code and Rules pertaining to the filing of proof of claims and the national Chapter 13 Plan go into effect. The amendments are critical to a chapter 13 debtor or creditor practice. Panelists will discuss the changes, what businesses must do to comply with the amendments and best practices.
The webinar is being presented by the ABA Business Law Section’s Consumer Bankruptcy Committee. For more information, click here.