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Last Updated: October 14 2021
Created: September 23 2020
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EFFECTS ON LITIGATION IN ITS CURRENT STATE

As we attempt to return to a sense of normalcy attend this informative session and learn “what is going on, where.” Information will be shared from various attorney firms as to operational capacity of courts in jurisdictions.

Learn the obstacles that still need to be overcome because of court backlogs created as a result of the pandemic and much, much more.

Moderator: Rox Ciszewski, Amalgamated Credit

 

HUMAN RESOURCES - ONBOARDING & RETENTION DISCUSSIONS

 Speakers: Julie Haysley and Janet Burress, CST Company

 

BLURRED LINES: COMMERCIAL OR CONSUMER?

How many times have you found you’re handling a commercial claim only to realize that what you have may be consumer? What steps should you follow, if any at all? Join us for a lively conversation to sharpen those blurred lines.

Moderator: Thomas J. Akouris
Panelists: Manuel F. Newburger, Barron & Newburger PC; Fred Wasserspring, Lyon Credit Services; Patrick Kilburn, Lloyd & McDaniel

 

HIGH 5 - SUBCHAPTER 5 BANKRUPTCY

Subchapter 5 has made it easier for businesses to file for reorganization. However, creditors still have many benefits remaining. Join us to learn what creditors need to do to get the most recovery possible

Moderator: Patrick Kilburn, Lloyd & McDaniel; Steven Sather, Barron & Newburger

 

CYBERSECURITY AND TECHNOLOGY

AI is trained by consuming billions of data artifacts from both structured and unstructured sources, such as blogs and news stories. Through machine learning and deep learning techniques, the AI improves its knowledge to “understand” cybersecurity threats and cyber risk.

How important is this to companies today? According to The US Bureau of Labor Statistics' Information Security Analyst's Outlook, cybersecurity jobs are among the fastest-growing career areas nationally. The BLS predicts cybersecurity jobs will grow 31% through 2029, over seven times faster than the national average job growth of 4%.

Presented by Future Leaders in Collections (FLIC)

 

WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE CREDIT GRANTOR

This session will offer a discussion of what credit grantors went through during the pandemic in placements with third parties. Did they offer moratoriums; was there a change in urgency to collect?

What are the creditors’ ideas for the future? Will the age of receivables extend further? Are things becoming more normal? Many clients continued as normal. How did each handle their individual situation-remain the same, more flexible or more stringent?

What effect did/will the states’ “stay orders” have on decisions to proceed with litigation? How will potential statute of limitation issues affect the collection and litigation processes.

Don’t miss this attendee favorite session!

Moderator: Ed Burton, CST Worldwide

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE OF PROCESS

A review of the e-Service landscape, as well as service upon registered agents. Discussion will include feedback on the service of process during the pandemic and afterwards. Insight into the challenges faced by process servers and how they are overcome. Tips to find a process server in any state, Canada and beyond and to evaluate which type of vendor is the best fit for your firm and practice. Do not miss the complimentary resource document which outlines state requirements.

Speaker: H. Eric Vennes, National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS)

 

EDUCATING YOUR CLIENT ON THE FULL LEGAL PROCESS

Who has had a client who just did not understand the process? Hear best practices for educating your client on the full legal collection process.

Moderator: Patrick Kilburn, Lloyd & McDaniel