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Collection of Debts and Money Judgments in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia

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Course book from CLE presented on November 16, 2016. ...
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Number of pages:78
Year published:2016
Print date:2016-11-16T00:00:00
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Collection of Debts and Money Judgments in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia


Course book from CLE class presented on November 16, 2017.

 

Description: Learn the law and procedure for collecting debts and money judgments in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia from experienced commercial and consumer collection attorneys. Our faculty will guide you through the steps, from the first client communication to the payment of the final bill. Debt collection is closely regulated by federal law and many provisions apply to collection lawyers, not merely traditional debt collection agencies. Find out what legal procedures you can and cannot follow, and the available technology to assist you and your clients. Faculty also explore the following issues and more:
• How to evaluate the case
• How to prepare and file motions for pretrial attachments
• What information is lawfully available and how to use it in negotiation/collections
• The procedures and what the courts expect in the D.C. metro area
• What to consider in proceeding against individuals, corporations, trusts, LLCs, LLPs, and proprietorships
• Post-judgment options
• How to comply with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and state protections
• Internet resources to help you collect
• Reducing the case to judgment and obtaining execution
• Levying on the execution to satisfy the judgment
• Satisfying a judgment by post-judgment attachment
• What collection activity is available after a debtor files for bankruptcy.
Faculty: Edward Gross, Gross & Romanick, P.C; Erik Goodman, Legal Counsel for the Elderly; Charles F. Gormly, Rosenthal Gormly, Chtd.; Deanna M. Hackworth; Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC

 

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To order materials in hard copy, please contact the D.C. Bar CLE Office at 202-626-3488. Additional charges of $20 per book will apply for printing and shipping. Please allow ten business days for books to ship.

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