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CACDO’S AND DON’TS OF COLLECTION LETTERS
By Mark E. Ellis, Andrew M. Steinheimer & Amanda N. Griffith
A nuts and bolts seminar on how to compose a collection letter that complies with federal and California consumer law. The program was presented October 2016 at the annual conference of the California Association of Collectors

PARALEGAL ETHICS: CLIENT COMMUNICATIONS
By Mark E. Ellis
The American Bar Association's "Model Rules of Professional Conduct" and the ethical codes of states share several rules that govern the conduct of paralegals. These include loyalty, competence, diligence and confidentiality in communications with clients -- the subject of this October 2016 UC Davis Extension presentation co-sponsored by the SPVA and CAPA.

DEBT COLLECTIONS: ISSUES WITH TIME-BARRED ACCOUNTS
By Mark E. Ellis.
What to do and not do collecting time-barred debts. Teleconference June 2016 on behalf of the National Business Institute that examined trends impacting time-barred accounts relative to FDCPA, CFPB, FTC, bankruptcy law, state law and statute of limitations.

Call Recording LawCALL RECORDING DO'S AND DON'TS: BEST PRACTICES
By Mark E. Ellis & Andrew M. Steinheimer
A presentation on the laws governing the recording and monitoring of telephone calls by collection agencies made at ACA International's 74th Annual Conference and Exposition in July 2013.

ELIMINATING BIAS & SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN THE CALIFORNIA LEGAL PROFESSION
By Mark E. Ellis
A teleconference presented June 2011 by Mark E. Ellis in cooperation with the National Business Institute (NBI) that deals with gender bias and substance abuse in California's legal profession.

LEGAL ETHICS PERTAINING TO CLIENT COMMUNICATIONS
By Mark E. Ellis
A discussion of California attorneys' duty to communicate with clients presented in a June 2011 teleseminar sponsored by the National Business Institute (NBI). 

Discovery E-DISCOVERY AND LPL: OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRESERVATION OF ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION (ESI)
By Mark E. Ellis
This presentation explores ways litigators can discover vital information amid large amounts of electronically stored data. It was delivered in January 2010 at the American Conference Institute's 2nd National Forum on LPL/Legal Malpractice in New York, NY.

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