Bankruptcy News Briefs 2/29


Leap Into Today’s Headlines…

Court Allows FTC to Attempt to Collect $3.2M from Marketers

Legislation for Medical Debt Relief Introduced in Senate and House

FCC Distributes Rule Internally on Use of Autodialers by Agencies Collecting on Federal Loans

Briefing In The Consolidated Appeal From The July 10, 2015 Declaratory Ruling and Order Is Complete

CFPB to Focus on Debt Substantiation, Consumer Communication, Director Says

CFPB lays out 9-point plan to reshape financial industry

Fee-Only Plan Has Purpose beyond Payment of Fee

2 Days Remain to Register for March’s Webinar!

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Regulation of X & Z Enforcement Powerful New Tools for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

  • Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 60 minutes
  • 3 PM Eastern / 2PM Central / 1PM Mountain / 12 PM Pacific
  • Presented by: Marc Dann, Former Ohio Attorney General
  • Registration deadline: 3/2/16 at 2PM Eastern.
  • $25 Member / $75 Non Member
  • Register HERE

“Regulation X & Z Enforcement,” provides an overview of federal Regulation X and Regulation Z and demonstrates how these laws can empower consumers and their counsel. The presentation outlines specific errors prohibited by these regulations.During this webinar, Marc will walk participants through examples of actual Requests for Information and Notices of Error used daily by The Dann Law Firm. Marc will explore these regulations with case studies highlighting real-life scenarios faced by clients. Attendees can expect to gain a solid understanding of Regulation X and Z and how these statutes could benefit their clients.

If you are unable to participate in webinar at scheduled time, register by 3/2/16 at 2 PM Eastern and you will receive recording, materials and discounted pricing. After 3/2/16, the webinar will be available in the NACBA Store.



San Francisco is a breathtaking city and the perfect backdrop to #NACBASF, but that’s not the only reason to attend this year’s convention! Here are 5 Reasons you should register for NACBASF today!

  1. Dynamic Keynote Speakers: You won’t want to miss famed political consultant, Bob Shrum, Nomi PrinsRenowned Author & Commentator from Wall Street to Washingtonand Adam Carroll, 2x Tedx Speaker, author, and Founder of National Financial Educators.
  2. Not one but TWO pre-convention sessions: On Thursday, May 19th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM you have the option to attend either the Evidence & Procedure for the Bankruptcy Litigator or Bankruptcy 101.
  3. Earn CLE: NACBA has created the perfect opportunity to learn, experience San Francisco & network with colleagues while earning CLE Credits. (Depending on state, you may earn up to 15 credits or more including an Ethics credit in most states).
  4. Relevant and Timely Sessions: NACBA’s sessions are timely, relevant and presented by a distinguished panel of expert speakers. #NACBASF delivers professional development designed to educate, advocate and litigate!
  5. Free Access to Video Stream Convention Presentations. Convention registration will once again include three months access to replay many presentations in the comfort of your own home or office.
Sounds great right?  Register today and receive the Early Bird Rate for savings and for a convention you won’t want to miss.

*Early Bird Rate Ends Friday, March 25th


NACBASF and NACBA’s Fall Workshop Summit is the perfect opportunity to be an exhibitor or sponsor to showcase your product. Learn more about how you can participate in the 2016 Prospectus.


With so many exciting educational events and networking opportunities on the horizon in 2016 don’t forget to renew your NACBA Membership! Renew Today! 

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