Monthly Archives: March 2019

Maurice Wutscher’s Shannon Miller to Give Guidance on Collection Compliance

March 14, 2019 — Maurice Wutscher attorney Shannon P. Miller will offer guidance on how to remain compliant when collecting debt during a seminar “FDCPA and Collection Law” on April 4 in Cherry Hill, NJ.

Presented by the National Business Institute, the full-day seminar will cover all aspects of collection law and compliance including the latest developments with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and other consumer protection laws, how to locate assets after judgments, best practices when collecting judgments, bankruptcy’s implications on collection practices and ethical considerations.

Continuing legal education credits will be provided. For more information and to register, click here.

Maurice Wutscher’s Alan Hochheiser to Discuss Clawback Actions in Bankruptcy at ABA Business Law Meeting

March 6, 2019 — Maurice Wutscher attorney Alan Hochheiser will discuss clawback actions in bankruptcy proceedings at the ABA Business Law Section Spring Meeting in Vancouver on March 29.

The session, “Avoidance Updates: Fraudulent Conveyances, Preferences, and Unauthorized Post-Petition Transfers,” will review recent case law addressing the recovery and defense of fraudulent conveyance and preference actions in chapter 7 and chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. Panelists will also address Ponzi scheme actions and how the courts are viewing transfers made in those cases.

Click here for more information.

Maurice Wutscher’s Thomas Dominczyk to Discuss TCPA After Marks Ruling in RMAI Webinar

March 5, 2019 — Maurice Wutscher attorney Thomas R. Dominczyk will discuss the latest developments in Telephone Consumer Protection Act litigation during an RMAI webinar March 28, at 2 p.m. ET, “Surveying The TCPA Litigation Landscape After Marks.”

The webinar will provide guidance in navigating the current TCPA landscape and address a split in the federal circuit courts on the issue of what kind of telephone equipment qualifies as an ATDS as defined by the TCPA.

Last September the Ninth Circuit in Marks v. Crunch San Diego, LLC adopted a broader definition of an automatic telephone dialing system as defined by the act, holding that an ATDS includes devices that store telephone numbers to be called, “whether or not those numbers have been generated by a random or sequential number generator.”

For more information and to register, click here.