In light of the busy legislative season involving debt settlement this year, I am confident our summer conference will be a valuable tool for anyone involved in the industry
Houston, TX (Vocus) March 26, 2009
Houston, TX-- The United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA), a trade association advocating for fair regulation and consumer protection in the debt settlement industry, announced their 2009 Summer Conference today.
USOBA provides information regarding laws and regulations on both a state and federal level to the debt settlement industry. Twice a year, member and industry-related companies convene to increase their knowledge, education and experience in a networking atmosphere.
This summer, the conference will be at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, IL from June 7 – 9. USOBA encourages all of its members as well as non-members to attend the conferences.
According to USOBA Executive Director Jenna Keehnen, USOBA conferences are an excellent resource to gain knowledge on legislation, regulations, and legal and other industry changes.
“In light of the busy legislative season involving debt settlement this year, I am confident our summer conference will be a valuable tool for anyone involved in the industry,” Keehnen said.
The mission of USOBA is to create and advocate an agenda solely for the debt negotiation industry. Through industry conferences, USOBA brings distinguished speakers that share their wisdom, knowledge, and interest of the debt settlement industry at all levels.
USOBA is dedicated to providing its member companies with important, industry-related information, including compliance requirements, as well as advocating on behalf of its membership for fair and appropriate industry regulation that maintains the utmost in consumer protection. USOBA members are provided a USOBA State Law Summary guide, the only one of its kind in the industry, to better ensure and promote national compliance. This guide contains the laws and regulations, state by state, and has been reviewed by regulators and legislators. For further information, please visit http://www.usoba.org.