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The Ohio Creditor's Attorneys Association

 

Learn  More About the OCAA

What is the OCAA?

The Ohio Creditor's Attorneys Association (OCAA) is a voluntary bar association for attorneys devoted to the practice of creditor's rights law throughout the state of Ohio.  Members recognize the role of credit in the economy and work to ethically recover funds for their clients while treating those in default with dignity and respect, and complying with all regulatory standards.

 
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History

History of the OCAA

Application for Membership

Membership is open to individuals and firms practicing creditor's rights law in Ohio.  Annual Dues are $250.00 per firm.  Please email tkeck@pohlerlaw.com for an application for membership.

 

Meeting Information

Join us for an informative meeting

Upcoming Meeting

The next meeting is on May 8, 2020, in Columbus, Ohio.

As the COVID-19 situation continues to rapidly change and evolve, the OCAA is monitoring developments to determine what measures may be needed, including changing to a teleconference or meeting cancellation. The well-being of our members is of primary concern. Accordingly, members, presenters, or attendees not feeling well, or exhibiting flu or cold like symptoms, are encouraged to forgo attending the OCAA Spring 2020 Meeting. We will continue to provide updates and will make a final decision about the Spring Meeting on or before April 30, 2020.

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Topic Submissions

Do you have a suggestion for a presentation?  Please submit it to Sean M. Winters via email Sean@levylawllc.com

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Contacting the OCAA does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not include any confidential information in your communications. The information on this site is not, nor is intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

 

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