The Eagle
Feb. 18, 2015

The FTC's new hall of shame — banned debt collectors
Now the FTC has its own version of the "D" List — its list of banned debt collectors. Consumer complaints to the FTC about abusive debt collectors have more than doubled over the past seven years.More

Ready for the spotlight? 7 ways to prepare for your next speaking appearance
Inside Counsel
Attending a conference is a significant investment of time and money. It can cost thousands of dollars in travel and conference fees, and keep you out of the office for the better part of a week. Add a speaking role to the mix and you may return to the office with an overflowing inbox and lengthy expense report, wondering if the investment was really worth it. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to maximize your event ROI and, just as important, your ROT (return on time). More

FCC will seek heavier regulation of the Internet
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler plans to introduce a proposal that would reclassify high-speed Internet service as a public utility.More

CLLA announces new leadership team
TSO and existing CLLA staff will execute a transition plan over the coming weeks. Jeff Henderson, President of TSO and new Executive Vice President of the CLLA said, "We anticipate a smooth transition with no disruption to member services or upcoming events.More

Fraud may cost organizations worldwide almost $3.7 trillion per year, study reveals
Inside Counsel
Allegations of fraud often make the headlines in newspapers, but just how widespread is it? A 2014 survey from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners found that among those questioned, a "typical organization" loses 5 percent of its revenues a year because of fraud.More

The world's No. 1 airport
It's the Mall of America of airports. The Incheon International Airport in South Korea has been named the world's best airport every year since 2005 by Airports Council International. You'll find things in this airport you never knew could be in an airport.More