Registration Fee:

$155

 

ADVANCED DEBT COLLECTION

RECORDED FEBRUARY 23, 2012

Archived Webcast

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

We are happy to announce that the family of Jay Elliott Loeb will be partnering with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Association (AVLF) to establish a “Jay Loeb Litigation Fund” in conjunction with the Dollars for Judgments Program to so fittingly honor Jay’s long history of service to those in need. Again, special thanks to the family for its sustaining patronage of the Creditors Rights CLE program over the years.

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

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Harriet C. Isenberg

FRAUD 101:
The Basic Steps to Recognize, Build and Prosecute a Fraud Case in a Collection Practice
Joseph A. Marino, Marino, Mayers & Jarrach, LLC, Clifton, NJ

ANNUAL UPDATE ON JUDICIAL PREFERENCES/PERCEPTIONS:
What Degree of Advocacy Judges Find Helpful in Pleading Your Case; a Rundown of Professional Issues; and What Arguments Not to Make
Hon. Wesley B. Tailor, Judge, State Court of Fulton County, Atlanta

THE NEW GEORGIA EVIDENCE CODE IN COMMERCIAL CASES:
A Discussion of the Reformation of the Georgia Evidence Law Based on the Federal Rules of Evidence Enacted by the General Assembly in 2011
Thomas M. Byrne, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP, Atlanta

DEFENSE OF DEBT COLLECTION 101:
Understanding and Exploiting Inherent Weaknesses in the Collection Industry
William R. “Billy” Carlisle, Carlisle Law Firm, LLC, Braselton
THE CHANGING FACE OF GUARANTIES:
“What a Tangled Web We Weave”
Jody Charles Campbell, Webb Tanner Powell Mertz & Wilson LLP, Lawrenceville
TOUGH ISSUES IN GARNISHMENT ACTIONS:
A Discussion of Remarkable Cases and Decisions
Hon. James S. Altman, Judge, Magistrate Judge, Fulton County, Atlanta