Attorneys who practice debt collection and other areas of creditors rights are faced with unique ethics and professional responsibility issues. Couple that with heightened scrutiny from regulators, creditors, and the CFPB, and these responsibilities stand out in sharp relief. The industry has a renewed focus on compliance.
Join Don Maurice for a two-hour presentation exploring the latest ethics and professional responsibility issues facing creditors rights attorneys. Qualifying attorneys can earn up to two hours of CLE ethics credits!
New Jersey : This course has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a webinar for 2.4 hours of CLE credits. Of these, 2.4 hours qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism. Click here for a copy of the NJ Accreditation.
Virginia: This course has been approved as a webinar for 2.0 credit hours including (2.0) credit hours for Ethics by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board. Click here for a copy of the VA Accreditation.
Pennsylvania: This course has been approved by the PA CLE Board for in-person instruction only at our Flemington, NJ office for 2 hours of CLE of which 2 hours is Ethics. Click here for a copy of the PA Accreditation.
Delaware: This course has been approved by the Commission on Continuing Legal Education of the Delaware Supreme Court for 2.0 credit hours including (2.0) credit hours for Ethics as a webinar (“eCLE”). Click here for a copy of the DE Accreditation.
Does this mean that only attorneys should attend this course? Absolutely not. The ethical issues facing attorneys have a direct bearing on the operations of all ARM industry participants.
If you want to make sure that your agency is operating within the letter of the law as set down by the FDCPA and the CFPB, this industry webinar is vitally important to you and your bottom line.
November 21, 2013 – 2pm eastern 11am pacific.