DECEMBER 1, 2023                                                                                                                                       VOL. 27
 RAISING THE BAR  
The latest news and updates from General Bar
Kick off your year with the 2024 RMAI Annual Conference in Las Vegas, February 5-8, at the Aria Resort & Casino. This is the big game for you and your team as you advance into the new year. The Annual Conference offers valuable CLE and non-CLE education sessions and networking opportunities for law firms to connect with debt buyers, creditors, and others!

RMAI has offered CLE credits in the past, but NEW for 2024 is a special CLE track. You can obtain up to 15 CLE credits – all included with your registration. The CLE track offers many of the required CLE credits such as Ethics as the Cornerstone of a Compliance Management System and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Fireside Chat with Denise Fields. RMAI makes it easy to identify which education sessions give you CLE credits by putting them all in one room. All education sessions are open to all attendees. View the online agenda for all the details.

Other CLE-track courses that will be offered include AI and Legal Collections, Mass Arbitration Risks and Supervisory Examinations in the Aftermath of Regulation F. Register by December 14th, before the rates go up! Las Vegas is hosting the Super Bowl just after the conference, putting a high demand on hotel rooms, so book your hotel and travel early!
COLLECTION RELATED NEWS

SPECIAL COMMISSION TO TACKLE $34T IN US DEBT

THESE FOUR MEASURES INDICATE CVS HEALTH IS USING DEBT EXTENSIVELY

AFRICAN LEADERS WANT DEBT RELIEF FOR CLIMATE ACTION

REVENUE BASED FINANCING VS. TRADITIONAL VENTURE DEBT

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR AN ESTRANGED SPOUSES DEBT

BANKS TO LAUNCH DEBT FOR NATURE SWAP TASK FORCE

MILWAUKEE PLAN TO WIPE AWAY MEDICAL DEBT IS SCRAPPED 

CREDITOR AND SRI LANKA AGREE ON DEBT RESTRUCTURE
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