HOT TOPIC: Top 10 Cases of 2019

(2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Central)

(Registration will close one hour before the event's start time)


Dennis Barton III

Owner and Managing Attorney
The Barton Law Group, LLC
Chesterfield, MO

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David Kaminski Esq.

Carlson & Messer LLP
Los Angeles, CA

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Issa Moe Esq.

Vice President—Legal and General Counsel
ACA International
Minneapolis, MN

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Why Should I Attend?

2019 was once again a very active year for litigation in the accounts receivable management industry. ACA continues to track significant case law on topics of importance to our membership.  The December 2019 issue of Collector Magazine featured the Top 10 Cases of 2019 and took a look a the most influential rulings impacting credit and collection professionals.   Join ACA General Counsel, Issa Moe and highly regarded attorneys Dennis Barton and David Kaminski in this lively deeper dive on what we have learned from these cases and what ACA’s position is on the respective case outcomes.  A thoughtful and meaningful discussion that will add to your understanding of these significant cases.

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