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Stradley Ronon Attorneys Present Best Practices for Credit Card Collections 

November 01, 2021
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon is pleased to announce that litigation attorneys Eric M. Hurwitz and Benjamin E. Gordon presented “Credit Card Collections: Best Practices” on the Lorman Educational Services webinar on Oct. 28. Hurwitz and Gordon shared insight about understanding the collections-related compliance obligations and the penalties that may result from violations, and also addressed the latest laws, strategies and challenges for credit card issuers.

Hurwitz is the co-chair of Stradley Ronon’s financial services litigation group and focuses his litigation practice on defending financial institutions from claims arising out of nearly every type of consumer and commercial financial product. He has extensive experience defending both single plaintiff and class action lawsuits against banks, mortgage lenders and servicers, student lenders, credit card companies, auto finance companies, debt collection companies and other financial services institutions.

Gordon is a seasoned commercial litigator, with significant first- and second-chair trial experience in state and federal courts. He maintains a diverse practice, which cuts across various sectors, but he has a particular focus defending financial institutions against claims arising out of both consumer and commercial financial products. Ben also has significant experience in construction and surety litigation, insurance coverage and defense litigation, toxic tort and products liability litigation, and alternative dispute resolution

About Stradley Ronon
Counseling clients since 1926, Stradley Ronon has helped private and public companies – from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations – achieve their goals by providing pragmatic, value-driven legal counsel. With offices in seven strategic locations, our responsive team of more than 200 attorneys seamlessly addresses the full spectrum of our clients’ needs, ranging from sophisticated corporate transactions to complex commercial litigation.

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