Kerry VanDis 
Illinois Creditors Bar Association 


UBS Tower 
One N. Wacker Dr., 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60606

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 Please join the Illinois Creditors Bar Association at its               November 11th Seminar 

“ILCBA’s 2013 Fall Seminar: Collection Law Update” 

 Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct
Champ Davis, Davis McGrath LLC

 The CFPB, the FTC, and the New Chapter of the FDCPA: What We Have            Learned Thus Far
Raechelle Norman, Pilgrim Christakis LLP
Sulejman Dizdarevic, Pilgrim Christakis LLP

 The Failure of Mandated Disclosure
Omri Ben-Shahar, Professor of Law, University of Chicago

Panel Discussion
Moderator: The Honorable Martin P. Moltz
Kenneth Wake, Blatt, Hasenmiller, Leibsker & Moore, LLC
Nicole Strickler, Messer & Stilp, Ltd
Dana Perminas, Messer & Stilp, Ltd
Larry Smith, Smith Marco P.C.
Stacy Bardo, The Consumer Advocacy Center P.C.

Monday, November 11, 2013
8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Lunch included

 Seminar Location:
UBS Tower
One N. Wacker Dr. Chicago, IL
Michigan Ballroom, 2nd floor

ILCBA Member $125            |           Non-Member $150      |           Law Clerk $35 

RSVP by NOON on November 4, 2013

No refund for cancellation received after 5:00 p.m. Thursday, November 7, 2013 or for no shows. Refunds not issued until after the event. 

This course or activity is awaiting approval for a total of 4.50 general MCLE Credits by the Illinois MCLE Board. Of That total, 1.00 credit of Professional Responsibility is also awaiting approval by the Illinois Commission of Professionalism.

Founded in 1995, the Illinois Creditor's Bar Association (ILCBA) is a statewide organization for attorneys practicing in the area of creditor's rights. Our members concentrate in various areas including: commercial collections, consumer collections, foreclosures, evictions, subrogation and bankruptcy. With over 220 members, the ILCBA provides members with opportunities to meet with one another to discuss pertinent issues in the practice of creditor's law. The Association has been instrumental in effecting the passage of legislation pertaining to our area of practice. Our members have testified before the Illinois General Assembly and currently we are discussing which topics should be included in our legislative proposals for the next session in Springfield.