NCCBA’s Annual Winter Conference 2021 Save the Date
This conference will be held virtually
Date: February 18, 2021 from 9 AM to 3PM, followed by a virtual trivia quiz with prizes
No charge to members; $75.00 for non-members
Keynote Speakers: Tomio Narita and Caren Enloe
5 hours of CLE, including 1 hour of ethics credit (pending approval by the State Bar)
$15.00 VISA gift card for attendees to pay for lunch at their respective offices
North Carolina Creditors Bar Association
The North Carolina Creditors Bar Association (NCCBA) is a specialty bar association formed to serve the needs and promote the interests of attorneys who represent creditors in this state. NCCBA attorneys are engaged in a broad variety of practices, ranging from transactional attorneys who draft loan and security agreements to bankruptcy, collection, and foreclosure attorneys who are retained to enforce the agreements and recover the funds owed their clients. As so clearly illustrated by the Great Recession, our nation’s economy depends on the availability of credit to fuel spending and investment by businesses and consumers. Members of the NCCBA are committed to protecting and enforcing the rights of those who make credit available. Membership in the association is limited to attorneys who devote at least 25% of their time to creditor representation.
To provide our members with educational seminars addressing timely topics of relevance to creditors and their counsel, and opportunities for networking and the open exchange of ideas. To promote legislation and court rules to strengthen the rights of creditors and improve the judicial system for the benefit of our members.
Keep up with the latest news and information: industry developments, pertinent cases from both the state and federal courts, relevant changes to the regulatory landscape, and commentary from other practitioners.
Caren Enloe is a partner with Smith Debnam in Raleigh, and leads the firm’s consumer financial services litigation and compliance team. Read Caren’s latest blog posts on topics germaine to creditors’ rights practice here.