Weldon “Reed” Allmand of Allmand & Lee to Present at the 25th Annual Advanced Bankruptcy Seminar
12/02/2010

The Oklahoma Bar Association has sponsored a continuing education seminar on December 2nd & 3rd, 2010 at the Oklahoma Bar Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This seminar, “Riding the Bankruptcy Tsunami” is cosponsored by the OBA Bankruptcy and Reorganization Section as part of their Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program, and has been approved by Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 12 hours of mandatory CLE credit.

Online PR News – 02-December-2010 – – The Oklahoma Bar Association has sponsored a continuing education seminar on December 2nd & 3rd, 2010 at the Oklahoma Bar Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This seminar, “Riding the Bankruptcy Tsunami” is cosponsored by the OBA Bankruptcy and Reorganization Section as part of their Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program, and has been approved by Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 12 hours of mandatory CLE credit.

Being asked to be part of necessary and vital continuing education program for bankruptcy attorneys was a huge honor for Reed Allmand, Dallas bankruptcy attorney. “I was really flattered to be asked to speak at such a prestigious event for the Oklahoma bar,” says Reed. “I’m speaking on emerging technologies for lawyers in relation to a chapter 13 or chapter 7 practice. As computer resistant as many of us can be there is just no getting around the fact that you have to be technologically savvy to run a successful law firm. My goal is to provide some useful information on tools and technologies that can assist bankruptcy attorneys in their practice.”

According to their website the tuition is: $250 (both days); or $150 (day one or day two only) for early-bird registrations received with payment at least four full business days prior to the first seminar date; $275 (both days), $175 (day one or day two only) for registrations received with payment within four full business days of the first seminar date. If you can only attend on day be sure to check out Reed Allmand’s class on Day 1 of the Seminar. “I think I may have a few surprises for folks,” Reed tells us.

This isn’t Reed’s first or last speaking engagement in the bankruptcy community, nor is he opposed to being on the other side of the podium. He attended the BlogWorld Expo in October in order to better understand how social media and social networking can help his firm deliver a message of hope to their clients and potential clients. “Social media is here to stay,” Reed affirms. “The modern client is web savvy. Even if they have no Internet access at home they will go to a coffee shop to look for jobs, get information, or even send email to friends. Almost everyone these days has a Facebook or Twitter. It is our goal to figure out how these new tools can help us deliver our message.”

And his message to those in financial crisis is this: “Bad times don’t make you a bad person. You are allowed to be free of debt. You are allowed a second chance. I know at our Allmand & Lee we are passionate about what we can do for people to really assist them in getting back on their feet financially. We help good people through bad times.”

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