Massachusetts Collection Law Update
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Lawsuits against debt collectors have substantially increased and federal agencies expend great effort to punish debt collectors.
This topic will highlight every important aspect of Massachusetts Collection Law. You will be provided a unique opportunity to learn about the most recent changes in Massachusetts Collection law. New case law, ethical considerations, rules for arrests, rules for wage attachments, telephone contact rules, claims where the statute of limitations have expired, fair debt collection practices, negotiation secrets, asset searching tricks and traps, fraudulent conveyance law, laws covering receiverships, and suits against estates have been changed in the last few years. These changes will all be covered, as well as recommendations and practical suggestions as to how to protect yourself and/or your client. Lawsuits against debt collectors have substantially increased and federal agencies expend great effort to punish debt collectors that fail to comply with the rules and laws. Take the necessary steps to stay in compliance and yet increase the likelihood that you or your client will get paid.
Brian Aylward, Esq., Smith, Levenson, Cullen & Aylward, P.C.
Jordan L. Shapiro, Esq., Shapiro & Hender
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