Flashback: Debt Collection for Non-Consumer Lawyers
For those of you who watch television you know that the summertime is replete with reruns or flashback episodes until the new season returns in the fall. My website is not a tv show and hopefully has more meaningful content than can be found on many tv shows. However, in the vein of reruns and flashbacks this summer (and possibly beyond) I will be bringing you rehashes of previous posts and links that will hopefully serve as a refresher for you.
Today is a flashback to a continuing education seminar I prepared in which I provided some fundamentals of debt collection law for non-consumer lawyers. The goal of the seminar and the paper I prepared was to educate consumers and lawyers who represent consumers facing harassing and unfair debt collections. Here’s hoping it provides some informative content for you and do feel free to share. Read paper here…if you are a consumer or lawyer who has further questions about a debt collection situation feel free to contact me for a consultation or association.
- Posted in: Consumer Law/Consumer Protection ♦ Debt Buyers ♦ Debt Collection Defense ♦ Harrassing Debt Collections ♦ Unfair Debt Collection
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