Friday, April 16, 2010

Upcoming Seminar- "Commercial Collections: Legal Strategies from A to Z"

Jorge M. Abril, Esq. is scheduled to speak at the National Business Institute's upcoming seminar entitled Commercial Collections: Legal Strategies from A to Z. The seminar takes place June 21, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Miami. The program description reads:

Know the Legal Remedies and Procedures for Collecting Commercial Debts- Do you have a firm grasp of the legal procedures for commercial debt collection? Attend this step-by-step, practical seminar to not only gain a better understanding of collection law fundamentals, but also learn the exact procedures for filing your claim and collecting on judgment. Get what's owed to your clients as smoothly and efficiently as possible with these proven collection techniques. Register today!
  • Get business debtors' attention with an effective demand strategy and process.
  • Avoid costly litigation with successful techniques to achieve debt settlement without filing a lawsuit.
  • Confidently proceed with your client's lawsuit – knowing specific procedures for where, how and what to file.
  • Exhaust every avenue for collection with proven strategies for locating debtors and their assets.
  • Discover the best methods to collect post-judgment.
  • Smoothly handle your next commercial collection claim with sample letters, forms, complaints, checklists and other must-have documentation.
  • Recognize and steer clear of unethical collection practices that could result in disciplinary action or disbarment.
Jorge will present sections on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), on Prefiling Strategies, and on Ethical Pitfalls in Collections. As an aside, Jorge and I are both perplexed as to why there is a section discussing the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, given that the seminar addresses commercial collections and that the FDCPA applies only to consumer debt- a testament to the extent to which the FDCPA is misunderstood. Nevertheless, this seminar should be of interest to commercial litigators, collection agencies, and creditors. More information, including registration instructions and tuition costs, can be found here.

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