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NARCA & ABI Joint Webinar - Collections Gone Bankrupt

A joint webinar with NARCA and ABI.

When: 01/24/2017
2:00 PM Eastern on Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Where: PLEASE NOTE: To receive Login Credentials, REGISTERED ATTENDEES see Instructions below
United States
Contact: Karen Yates

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NARCA and ABI Joint Webinar

Collections Gone Bankrupt

IMPORTANT for REGISTERED ATTENDEES: Please follow this link to instructions to receive your login credentials!

Join members of NARCA – The National Creditors Bar Association and ABI – The American Bankruptcy Institute for this free, informative webinar for collection and bankruptcy attorneys. Presenters will discuss legal and operational steps (and missteps) to watch for when a debtor files bankruptcy and you have accounts in litigation or collection. Our experienced panelists, including an attorney representing debtors, will address what should happen immediately after notification and what can happen if bankrupt accounts are not handled correctly. (Free to NARCA and ABI Members, $25 to request CLE Credit)


Thomas L. Canary, Jr., Fenton & McGarvey, P.S.C.
Mr. Canary is a Senior Attorney at Fenton & McGarvey, P.S.C. and is the former President of Mapother & Mapother, P.S.C. Tom concentrates his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, collections, and creditors rights. Mr. Canary is admitted to practice law in the states of Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Ohio, the federal district courts in all those states, as well as the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Mr. Canary is a past Secretary of NARCA and past co-chair of its Education Committee.  He is also Vice-President of the Kentucky Creditors' Rights Bar Association.  He is the current author and editor of Kentucky Collections published by Thompson-Reuters.



John Bollinger, Boleman Law Firm, P.C.
John R. Bollinger is a shareholder in the Boleman Law Firm that focuses exclusively in the area of consumer bankruptcy law and is the largest consumer bankruptcy practice in Virginia. Boleman Law Firm has offices in Richmond, Virginia Beach and Hampton, Virginia. John is currently the Managing Partner of the Firm’s Virginia Beach and Hampton offices. A graduate of the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, John is a frequent speaker at local, regional and national organizations. He has served on several association boards throughout his years of practice and previously served as the President for the Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association. John is an editor for ABI’s VOLO project. Additionally, he has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Virginia Rising Star in the area of Consumer Bankruptcy Law.


Corinne Heggie, Scharf Banks Marmor LLC
Corinne C. Heggie practices at Scharf Banks Marmor, LLC in Chicago, the largest majority women owned law firm in the Midwest. Previously, Ms. Heggie founded Heggie Law LLC after practicing over fifteen years at an international law firm defending creditor’s rights in federal and state courts across the country in class and individual actions filed under the FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA and EFTA and their state law corollaries. Ms. Heggie has speaks on issues important to the class action and creditor’s defense bars, most recently regarding the Pressler Consent Order’s bar on pre-judgment litigation discovery at the NARCA Fall Conference and United States Supreme Court’s Gomez decision and its impact on Rule 68 Offers of Judgment at the Chicago Bar Association. Ms. Heggie is admitted to practice in Illinois and Missouri and federal courts throughout the Sixth, Seventh, and Eight Circuits.


Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
ABI is approved for 1.25 hours of general CLE credit is available in AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, DE, MS, NJ, NV, NY (approved jurisdiction policy), SC, VT, WI.  

For those jurisdictions not listed, ABI will issue certificates for attorneys to self-submit for approval.  Further details will be provided the day of the event to registered attendees who have purchased CLE.

Due to the CLE approval process, each attendee must register and log in to the webinar individually so that NARCA can properly track and verify attendance. ***No CLE requests will be taken after January 24th.

IMPORTANT: To receive your login credentials for the webinar, please follow these instructions:

  1. For receipt of emails from NARCA's webinar product, please whitelist

  2. On the day of the event, look for an email from NARCA Legal Learning with the Subject Meeting Invitation.

  3. Although you have already registered and paid for the the event, at the bottom of the NARCA Legal Learning Meeting Invitation which you will receive on the day of the event, click on the green Register Now button and provide the basic information required to track your attendance to the event.

  4. Following this, look for an automated second email from NARCA Legal Learning with a Meeting Confirmation. This has your credentials and link to the webinar.

  5. If you do not receive the second email, please look in your junk folder or call NARCA Operations at 202.861.0706.

  6. For additional questions or assistance, please contact Karen Yates at or 202.861.0706.

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