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CLLA Members ? Did you know INSOL membership is available to you at a reduced rate??
INSOL International is an international association of insolvency, bankruptcy, restructuring and turnaround professionals with over 40 member associations around the world, with CLLA being one of INSOL’s member associations in USA. INSOL provides an excellent opportunity for its members to network in different regions, to exchange knowledge and enjoy outstanding educational programs at its annual conferences, seminars and quadrennial congress, and additionally online.
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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.
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.
September 14, 2015
FROM THE CLLA NEWSWIRE
September 29, 2015
Today the Senate Finance Committee held a hearing on Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis showing partisan divisions over how to address the island territory’s potential default.
September 28, 2015
Eight Hispanic Congressional Democrats say they want the Obama administration to be more active in resolving Puerto Rico’s economic crisis and to push lawmakers to allow the commonwealth’s agencies to use bankruptcy to reorganize their finances.