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Who We Are

CLLA is the leader in providing expertise, insight and results to and for attorneys, credit grantors and their partners in the credit and business communities. 

What We Do

Since 1895, the CLLA has brought experienced attorneys together with collection agencies, credit grantors, lending institutions and other commercial credit, bankruptcy and finance industry members, providing new business opportunities through networking, education, legislative advocacy and highly effective specialized legal services.

Agency Certification

The Commercial Law League of America certifies commercial collection agencies who continue to meet the rigorous certification requirements of the CLLA. Certified agencies uniquely distinguish themselves by displaying this certification seal.

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For a complete list of CLLA-certified commercial collection agencies, please click here.

The CLLA is dedicated to providing
expertise, insight and results
for:

Attorneys

Credit and collection industry members

Alliance Partners

 

 

CLLA sponsors ABC

As a sponsor of the American Board of Certification, the CLLA encourages certification of attorneys in business bankruptcy, consumer bankruptcy and creditors' rights law.

Visit the ABC Website to learn more about its specialty programs.

FROM THE CLLA NEWSWIRE

Listen to CLLA President Barry Gammons on Business Credit Radio

December 18, 2014

Barry Gammons will be appearing as a special guest on Business Credit Radio's "A New Strategic Alliance for World-Class Certification" episode on Thursday, Dec. 18, at 10 a.m. CT. For more information and to access the Internet-based radio station, visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/creditpros/2014/12/18/a-new-strategic-alliance-for-world-class-certification.

CFPB Updates 2014 Rulemaking Agenda and Develops Survey as It Weighs Debt Collection

November 25, 2014

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is developing a survey to gather information from consumers on their experiences with debt collectors as the watchdog agency considers whether to write a rule for banks.  

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