Tag: Bankruptcy

TX CLE: New Texas CLE Courses Added

Our goal at Attorney Credits is to bring you the most current and relevant CLE programming that will make you a better attorney. We try to create about 4-8 new CLE course each month to constantly expand and diversity our CLE library. These are the latest CLE courses that we have added for Texas attorneys: Bankruptcy, Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Digital…

CLE on Bankruptcy, Money Laundering & Terrorism

Spearheaded by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), leaders and governments have sought to monitor and suppress money laundering and terrorism financing around the globe. This became even more pressing here at home after the 9/11 terror attacks. Due to our legal system and the use of anonymous entities like LLCs, the United States is an easy place to hide money and…

You finally got your client their day in court and the jury has come back with a favorable result for your client. Both you and your client are ecstatic… but how do you collect on that judgment? While the recent downturn in the economy has made it more difficult for parties to enforce judgments there are still steps you can take to…

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CLE Course: Bankruptcy Basics for the Non-Bankruptcy Lawyer

With the recent downturn in the economy and the resulting depressed housing market, many individuals have turned to bankruptcy for a possible fresh start. Bankruptcy law also frequently intersects with other areas of commercial law and attorneys from various practice areas are often called upon to assist clients that are impacted by actual or potential insolvency issues. Attorneys need to know enough…

New CLE Course on Collections Law

The recent economic downturn has had numerous effects on individuals and business across the country, including increased bankruptcy claims and home foreclosures.  Given the loss of jobs and burgeoning debt, many individuals have also found themselves unable to pay credit card bills, student loans and other financial obligations and debts.  For attorneys, this has placed an increased importance on being able to…

Attorney Credits Establishes Affiliate Relationship with NACBA

In order to reach out to bankruptcy attorneys around the country, Attorney Credits has established an affiliate relationship with the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. This relationship with Attorney Credits will help the NACBA to better serve its 4,000 members and offer increased benefits to the bankruptcy attorneys who are members of its association.  NACBA is the only national organization dedicated…