Seminar Number

8512

 

Early
Registration Fee:

$150

On-Site
Registration Fee:

$170

 

ADVANCED DEBT COLLECTION

NEW DATE!

MARCH 19, 2014

State Bar of Georgia Headquarters
104 Marietta St. NW • Atlanta

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Ethics Hour, 1 Professionalism Hour and 3 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
Creditor's Rights Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Harriet C. Isenberg, Program Co-Chair, Isenberg & Hewitt, P.C., Atlanta
Janis L. Rosser, Program Co-Chair, Law Office of Janis L. Rosser, P.C., Roswell

7:45

Registration and Continental Breakfast
(All attendees must check in upon arrival. A jacket or sweater is recommended.)

8:25

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Harriet C. Isenberg

8:30

CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU—CFPB: What Creditor’s Rights Attorneys Need to Know Regarding the Bureau’s Historic Impact on the Creditor’s Rights Community
Jason D. Stone, Compliance Expert, Sutherland, Atlanta

9:30

BREAK

9:45

SUPER RAINMAKING within ethical parameters: 10 Secrets to Raising the Bar in Your Law Practice
John C. Yates, Super Rainmaker, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Atlanta

10:45

FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS: Issues of Special Interest
Gus H. Small, Jr., Cohen Pollock Merlin & Small, P.C., Atlanta

11:45

Lunch (Included in registration fee)

12:15
VIEW FROM THE BENCH: Professionalism Issues Involving Collection Cases
Hon. Eric A. Richardson, Judge, State Court of Fulton County, Atlanta
1:15
THE OTHER SIDE OF GARNISHMENTS: Traverses, Discovery and Other Traverses of Justice
Beth Ellen Rogers, Rogers Law Offices, Atlanta
2:15
BREAK
2:30
UPDATE OF GEORGIA LAW: Recent Cases Affecting Creditors’ Rights
David A. Kleber, McCullough, Payne & Haan, LLC, Atlanta
Martin Marshall, The Marshall Firm, LLC, Atlanta
3:15

Question and Answer session

3:30
ADJOURN