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Let The CLLA Promote Your Industry Knowledge And Services

Staff, Staff | January 07, 2013

The CLLA is assembling a list of names to pair members up with speaking engagements at industry conferences.

You may, in some cases, be speaking to credit grantors and other financial industry members -- giving you potentially lucrative exposure to new clients! (We'll even help you prepare.)

Speaking topic examples include TCPA, fraudulent conveyance/preferential payment issues, judgment collections, growing complex commercial litigation, client contract agreements, FDCPA, demystifying the legal process, commercial leasing, lien & bond education — and any others you'd like to suggest!

To become part of the bureau, all you need to do is e-mail ebrereton@clla.org — please use the subject line "Speakers' bureau" -- and tell us:

1) Your name and preferred contact information

2) What topics you've either spoken about at events, written about or have dealt with in your work -- and where you've been published, spoken or otherwise gained experience with the topic

Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to be showcased as an industry expert -- send your information today to ebrereton@clla.org!


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