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NACBA25 Fireside Highlight

 

Join Tom Martin, with National Auto Brokerage Service in his Fireside Chat, “Automotive Lending While In Chapter 7 & Chapter 13,” where he will discuss what lenders are looking for in determining a good risk and how that helps your clients rebuild a new credit portfolio.

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Tom Martin

National Auto Brokerage Services

Tom Martin has been in the automotive retail business since 1995 and has spent most of his time working with sub-prime borrowers. In 2003 he took a small country dealership and increased used car sales by 200% by marketing to open bankruptcy customers. In his 7 years he was there he assisted in selling over 5000 retail auto transactions with 75% coming from customers that were involved with an open bankruptcy. Tom is passionate with his clientele and determined to get the best possible terms and conditions for his customer. He has assisted with many of those customers continually re-build their credit and help them with re-financing and increase credit scores.
In 2012, Tom brought his program to his current dealership and helped found National Automotive Brokerage Services. Although at first the company concentrated on marketing to insurance companies for total loss replacement and they implemented the open bankruptcy segment with Tom’s leadership that is giving them national recognition for the company. The concept is to partner with bankruptcy attorneys to help their clients make better decisions when it comes to their transportation needs.

In 2013, Tom founded My Credit Helpers, Inc. which is a company that helps his clients and many others to assist in the re-building process by providing credit restoration, student loan modifications and many other tools needed to completely recover from bankruptcy. He goes the extra steps because purchasing a car isn’t enough when it comes to re-establishing credit. The last part the client should do is the credit restoration. Tom has seen unbelievable results in helping clients improve their credit score from 100-175 points just months after discharge. Tom also wants to help for those needing assistance in student loan modifications which is becoming a major part of the decision making for an auto loans.

Tom is determined to help as many customers that are going through which is the same thing he went through many years ago from a divorce and he believes his customers should receive the same treatment no matter what their situation is. With his trial and error, Tom will show the different steps for anyone who is interested of re-building credit at a faster rate.

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#NACBA25 Highlight

Fireside Chats Are Back!

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Fireside Chats are a perfect opportunity for attendees to gather with their peers to ‘chat,’ about topics, share ideas, and ask questions in a more intimate setting. We are excited to announce the #NACBA25 Fireside Chat lineup and presenters:

  • Ask the Evidence Professor: Presenters John Cantrell and Professor Edward Imwinkelried
  • Strategies for Dealing with Overreaching Trustees: Presenters Paul Maschmeyer and Richard Nemeth
  • Protecting Your (Haunted) Mansion From Forced Surrender: Presenters Chuck Moore and Jeff Tromberg
  • How to Locate Your Client’s Hidden Treasure of the 7 (or 13) Seas: Presenters: Alex Dolhancyk and Jeff Tromberg

Visit the full schedule for #NACBA25 for a full description with the date, time and place! Get ready for some great conversation!

Hot Off the Press! The 2016 Winter Edition of the Consumer Bankruptcy Journal!

Read the Winter Edition of NACBA’s Consumer Bankruptcy Journal

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2016…What a year it has been! So many changes, surprises and more. Now it’s time to kick and back wait for 2017 to roll in, but while you’re waiting read the latest winter edition of the Consumer Bankruptcy Journal. Here’s what you can expect:

  • #NACBA25: Is Your Business a Force to Be Reckoned With?
  • 8 Proven Steps to Double Your Referrals
  • The Gap Between Judges and Attorneys Over Fees
  • The Private Right of Action
  • NCBRC Cases in Review
  • NACBA Takes on 11th Circuit Judicial Estoppel Doctrine
  • Business From Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Estate

There’s much more so make sure you  take a few minutes to read these timely and relevant articles brought to you in this month’s CBJ.

 

2016 Virtual Bankruptcy Workshop Session Highlight!

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Friday, December 9, 2016

1:30 PM-2:30 PM ET

Dry Docking Aggressive Trustees: Getting the Overreaching Chapter 7 Trustee Out of the Water and on to the Shore!

Presented by:

Richard H. Nemeth, Esq. & Paul Maschmeyer Esq.

Are your clients being subject to out of line requests and turnover actions by overbearing Trustees? Richard Nemeth and Paul Maschmeyer  will discuss methods of dealing with these actions including responding to information requests, use of extensions of time to object to requests by the Trustee and how to use the political system to help your client. Learn how to defend turnover of mass tort awards and college tuition fraudulent conveyance litigation, and how to exclude inherited IRA from property of the estate (In re Clark). Stop requests to turn over convenience accounts and use secured creditor carve outs to help your client, not hurt them, and much more.

About Our Presenters:

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Paul Maschmeyer
Mr. Maschmeyer is a Shareholder/Director of Maschmeyer Karalis P.C. This firm limits its practice to Bankruptcy, Corporate, Corporate Reorganization, Litigation, Insolvency,Creditors’ Rights and Real Estate Law. Mr. Maschmeyer has represented trustees in many bankruptcy liquidations, official creditors’ committees and debtors in numerous Chapter 11 reorganizations.Mr. Maschmeyer is a member of the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference, the American Bankruptcy Institute and the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project.In addition to holding an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell, Mr. Maschmeyer is certified as a Business Bankruptcy Law Specialist by the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification and an author of Colliers Handbook for Trustees and Debtors-in- Possession. He is recognized by Philadelphia Magazine as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in the practice area of Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights.

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Richard Nemeth
Mr. Nemeth is a consumer and small business bankruptcy practitioner and litigator in Cleveland, Ohio and the ND Ohio state chair for NACBA. He has been practicing bankruptcy law in Cleveland for over 25 years.In July, 2008, Mr. Nemeth was named NACBA Member of the Month for spearheading a successful effort to get the Ohio legislature to adopt a new and far more consumer-friendly exemption statute. Mr. Nemeth is a frequent speaker at local, regional and national continuing legal education seminars, and is often asked by reporters to comment on consumer issues for local and national media publications. He has been involved in a considerable amount of consumer litigation, representing borrowers against lenders, mortgage brokers, servicers, collection agencies and their law firms in stay and discharge violation, breach, fraud, civil conspiracy, truth-in-lending, RESPA, FDCPA and other matters in which he has won substantial awards for his clients.
Mr. Nemeth is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.

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Did You Know There is a 2nd Bonus When You Register for NACBA’s 2016 Virtual Workshop?

There’s not just one but two bonuses when you register for the 2016 Virtual Bankruptcy Workshop on December 9th and 16th!  All attendees will be registered for a chance at winning 1 of 10 NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 Eleventh Edition (value $140). NACBA will be giving away ten (10) copies, at random, of the NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 Eleventh Edition.

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Inside of the Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 11th Edition you’ll have access to:

  • Everything you need to know about the all-new official forms effective December 2015—the forms filled in for sample chapter 7 and 13 cases, with extensive annotations and instructions.
  • The new April 1, 2016 dollar amounts updated in the chapters and the Code.
  • Analysis and pleadings concerning the new requirements for mortgage servicers submitting proof of claims.
  • Reprints of the Bankruptcy Code, additional bankruptcy statutes, the bankruptcy rules, fee schedules, bankruptcy regulations, director’s forms, and more.
  • Automatic stay, the bankruptcy discharge, and remedies for stay and discharge violations
  • Using bankruptcy to deal with a foreclosure
  • Exemptions, lien avoidance, and secured claims
  • Hidden fees and overcharges in creditor claims
  • Attorney fees
  • Litigating consumer cases in bankruptcy
  • Non-dischargeability actions
  • Creditor reaffirmation abuses
  • Consumers as creditors of bankrupt merchants, landlords, or lenders.

Register Today for Your Chance to Receive This Invaluable Resource!

Bankruptcy News Briefs 11/23

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FCC Enforcement Bureau Issues Advisory on Text Message Compliance with TCPA

Fed Survey Shows Decline in Consumers’ Experiences in the Credit Market

FCC Releases TCPA Enforcement “Reminder” as Speculation Continues About Trump Effect

Student Loan Servicer Reaches $2.4 Million Settlement with State of Massachusetts

Texas Court Addresses Post-Petition Sale of Homestead in Chapter 7

Chris Lazarini Analyzes Right to Jury Under Section 4 of Federal Arbitration Act

Ninth Circuit Holds Trustees Performing Non-Judicial Foreclosures Are Not Debt Collectors Pursuant To FDCPA

Upcoming NACBA Events

So you missed the NACBA Cruise?
So did we but here is your chance to catch up!

2016 VIRTUAL BANKRUPTCY WORKSHOP

A two (2) day overview of cutting edge consumer bankruptcy education in a virtual format presented by some of the top bankruptcy experts in the United States.

DATES: Friday, December 9, 2016 & Friday, December 16, 2016

TIMES:
Friday, December 9: 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM EASTERN and
Friday, December 16: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM EASTERN

Schedule conflict? No worries at all.
Register by 12/8/16 and the recordings will be emailed to you upon request.


COST:
$99 NACBA Members, $199 Non Members

INCLUDES:
All Materials, Certificate of Attendance, Seminar Recordings, Live Q&A

REGISTER HERE

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Give yourself a gift and register for December’s Webinar!

Growing Your Bankruptcy Practice in 2017 and Beyond

Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Time: 3:00 PM Eastern / 12:00 PM Pacific (60 minutes)
Presenter: Richard James, CEO, Office of Richard James
Cost: No Cost to NACBA Members – Member Benefit

Register HERE

If you want to build a law firm that supports your lifestyle, instead of undermining it, then join Richard James on Wednesday, December 14th at 3 PM ET. If you want 2017 to be the year that you finally build the law firm of your dreams, then you have to be on this webinar training. Learn the key strategies that hundreds of Richard James’ clients are using to grow like never before. This is real world, in the trenches advice you can put to practice right away.

Celebrate 25 Years of NACBA!

Save the Date for NACBA’s Silver Anniversary Annual Convention

2017 NACBA’s 25th Annual Convention
Thursday, May 4’th – Sunday, May 7’th, 2017
Orlando, Florida

Interested in Sponsorship Opportunities at #NACBA25? Check out the Prospectus and join us in 2017!

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Become a member of NACBA! Join today and take advantage of the benefits, networking opportunities and resources NACBA has to offer!

NACBA at Sea; Now on Land With NACBA’s 2016 Virtual Workshop!

So you missed the NACBA Cruise? So did we but here is your chance to catch up!

JOIN US FOR NACBA’s 2016 VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

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NACBA is excited to announce our 2016 Virtual Workshop! Register for two days of informative sessions from the comfort of your office, home, or wherever is convenient for you! On Friday, December 9th and Friday, December 16th from 12:00-3:00 PM ET you’ll have the opportunity to listen to the experts discuss these hot topics:

  • The Cutting Edge: Hot Topics and Cool Trends Presented by: Tara Twomey, Esq.
  • Even Cruisers Have Fears: Getting Over Your Triskaidekaphobia! Straight talk about Chapter 13 Presented by: Hank Hildebrand Esq. & John Rao, Esq.
  • Dry Docking Aggressive Trustees: Getting the Overreaching Chapter 7 Trustee Out of the Water and on to the Shore! Presented by: Richard H. Nemeth, Esq. & Paul Maschmeyer Esq.
  • Find a Treasure Trove of Consumer Law Violations in your Bankruptcy Treasure Chest: Fair Debt, Credit Reporting, Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Booty awaits! Presented by: Cary Flitter, Esq.
  • Sailing the Supreme Court Seas: The Top Supreme Court Consumer Bankruptcy Decisions
    Presented by: Tara Twomey, Esq. & Henry Sommer, Esq
  • Anchoring your Divorce and Bankruptcy Practice: There’s a Hole in My Boat! The Stay Doesn’t Stay Everything Presented by: Hon. Sandy Karlan (Ret.) & Ian Falcone Esq.
  • Chasing the Elusive White Whale:Harpooning the Current Mortgage Issues You Have to Know Presented by: Max Gardner, Esq. & John Rao, Esq.

Give yourself a gift this December and Register Today!

Here are the details:

COST: $99 NACBA Members, $199 Non Members

INCLUDES:
All Materials, Certificate of Attendance, Seminar Recordings, Live Q&A

2 BONUSES: 1) The first 100 people to register will receive, at no additional cost, a copy of NCLC’s  Quick Guide to Federal Evidence and Objections 2) All attendees will be registered for a chance at winning 1 of 10 NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 Eleventh Edition.

REGISTER TODAY!

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