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|The ABA and NARCA|
The ABA Joins the National Creditors Bar Association in Advancing Its Regulatory and Legislative Agenda
by Mark Dobosz
NARCA Executive Director
At right: (l to r) ABA President Linda A. Klein; Acting Director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection Tom Pahl; and NARCA President-elect Yale Levy.
Last week a delegation of leaders from the National Creditors Bar Association and the American Bar Association were in Washington, D.C. to speak with Congressional leaders about H.R. 1849 and other issues facing creditors rights attorneys. Linda Klein, ABA President and Larson Frisby, ABA’s Associate Director, Governmental Affairs Office joined National Creditors Bar Association President-elect Yale Levy, Government and Regulatory Affairs Co-Chairs Brent Yarborough and Chip Stacy, Executive Director Mark Dobosz and RR&G lobbyists Geof Gradler and Jonathan Paret.
Above: (l to r) Brent Yarborough, Tom Pahl, Yale Levy, and Chip Stacy.
As Linda Klein wrote in her recent column in ABA's The Insider:
We urge all members of the National Creditors Bar Association to continue their support of the ABA in any way possible. If you aren’t a member (especially in the Business Law Section where many National Creditors Bar Association members are ) – consider joining through the special membership offering the ABA has offered members of the National Creditors Bar Association.
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