Monthly Archives: April 2023

Maurice Wutscher’s Alan Hochheiser to Speak on How to Avoid Sanctions in Bankruptcy Proceedings at ABA Business Law Meeting

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April 24, 2023 — Maurice Wutscher bankruptcy practitioner Alan Hochheiser will speak on “How to Avoid Sanctions in Bankruptcy Proceedings” at the ABA Business Law Section Hybrid Spring Meeting on Friday, April 28 at 2 pm PT.

Mr. Hochheiser and panel will discuss FRBP 9011, Section 105 and recent case law pertaining to sanctions in bankruptcy cases including stay and discharge injunction violations.

The meeting will be held in Seattle and online for those who wish to attend virtually. For more information and to register, click here.

Alan Hochheiser is a principal at national business and financial services law firm Maurice Wutscher LLP, where he advises and represents businesses, regional and national banks, credit unions, equipment lessors and other lenders, as well as secured and unsecured creditors. Mr. Hochheiser chairs the ABA Business Law Section’s Consumer Bankruptcy Committee. He has been named to Thomson Reuters’ list of Ohio Super Lawyers and is peer-rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, the worldwide guide to lawyers.

Webinar: Maurice Wutscher’s Brent Yarborough to Discuss Arbitration of FDCPA Claims

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April 18, 2023 — Maurice Wutscher financial services attorney Brent Yarborough will discuss the influx of arbitration filings in Fair Debt Collection Practices Act cases during a webinar for on Friday, April 21 at 1 pm ET.

Consumers and consumer attorneys are filing more FDCPA cases via arbitration, hoping that collectors will be more willing to settle because the expenses associated with arbitration can be significantly higher than in court.

In this webinar, Mr. Yarborough and panel will break down this trend and what it means for the accounts receivable management industry.

To register for the complimentary webinar, click here.

Brent Yarborough is a principal at Maurice Wutscher LLP. He focuses his practice on regulatory compliance and the defense of consumer law claims.