Honolulu HAWAII

ABOUT Ted N. Pettit

Member and Executive Editor, University of Hawaii Law Review, 1985-1986. Author: "Esquire and Discrimination in the Legal Profession," 2 Haw. B.J. 22, 1998; "Discovery Sanctions and Law of the Case Doctrine in Hawaii," University of Hawaii Law Review 473, 1985. Co-Author: Hawaii Collection Law Manual, HSBA CLE Publications, 2006; "The Legal Status of Johnson Atoll and Its Exclusive Economic Zone," 10 University of Hawaii Law Review 183, 1988. Lecturer: Foreclosure and Repossession in Hawaii, Lorman Education Services, 1992-1998; Advanced Creditor Representation, National Business Institute, 1994; A Creditor's Perspective in Hawaii, Lorman Education Services, 2000; Advanced Collections and the Bankruptcy Process in Hawaii, National Business Institute, 1994; Collection Law in Hawaii, Lorman Education Services, 1994-2001; Collection of Accounts Receivable in Hawaii, Lorman Education Services, 2000; Successful Judgment Collections in Hawaii, National Business Institute Inc., 1995, 2000; Hawaii Foreclosure and Repossession, National Business Institute, Inc., 1996-1999; Bankruptcy Update, Lorman Education Services, 1997-1998; Hawaii Commercial Lease Litigation, Lorman Education Services, 1998-2002; Hawaii Foreclosure and Title Issues, National Bankruptcy Institute, Inc., 2001; Collection Law for the Health Care Industry, Lorman Education Services, 1998-2001; Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Law, Lorman Education Services, 1998, 2000; Complying with the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act in Hawaii, National Business Institute, Inc., 1996-2001; Collection Law, Professional Education Systems, Inc., 2000; Current UCC Developments in Hawaii, National Business Institute, 2002; Commercial Real Estate Financing, Lorman Education Services, 2002-2006; Revised UCC Article 9 Secured Transactions, National Business Institute, 2003; Bankruptcy Law and Procedure, National Business Institute, 2006.

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  • Appellate Practice
  • Bankruptcy
  • Collections

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