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Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Basics and Update

ISBA Members: Use your 15 hours of Free CLE credits to order this program –
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Presented by the ISBA Commercial Banking, Collections & Bankruptcy Section

2.0 hours MCLE credit

Original Program Date:
Wednesday, March 20, 2024
Accreditation Expiration Date: ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­March 28, 2026 (You must certify completion and save your certificate before this date to get MCLE credit)

Don’t miss this in-depth overview of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), including the purpose of the statute and the type of debt it covers. Commercial banking and bankruptcy attorneys, general practitioners, and civil practice lawyers with basic to intermediate practice experience who attend this online program will better understand:
  • The major types of activities the FDCPA regulates;
  • The class action considerations specific to the statute;
  • The recognized defenses attorneys can use to help their clients;
  • The important cases that may have impacted regulation; and
  • The recent changes made to the statute when it was modernized with the enactment of the FDCPA’s implementing regulation.

Program Coordinator:
Samuel H. Levine, Downey & Lenkov LLC, Chicago
Margaret Manetti, Manetti Aguilera Seiler LLC, Bannockburn

Program Chat Moderator:
Margaret Manetti, Manetti Aguilera Seiler LLC, Bannockburn

Program Speakers:
Simon A. Fleischmann, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago
Louis J. Manetti Jr.
, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Pricing Information

  • Please Note: You must attend the entire program in order to earn MCLE credit for this seminar.
  • ISBA sponsoring section members get a $10 registration discount (which is automatically calculated in your cart when you log in to register).
  • Fees:
    • ISBA Member Price of $70 is displayed below when you login and program is eligible for Free CLE member benefit.
    • Non-Member Price $140
    • New Attorney Member (within the first five years of practice) - $25
    • Law Students – Free