Metropolitan News-Enterprise


Tuesday, July 24, 2001


Page 5


Local Lawyers Elected to Commercial Law League Councils


By a MetNews Staff Writer


Beverly Hills lawyer T. Britt Rudman was re-elected to the young members’ section executive council of the Commercial Law League of America last week.

Rudman, 34, focuses on commercial collection, business litigation and commercial litigation in her practice.

She also represents creditors in bankruptcy cases and deals in immigration law.

The CLLA is made up of bankruptcy and commercial law professionals, including attorneys who do commercial collection work, collection agencies, and law lists, which provide directories designed to help match up attorneys and collection agencies with each other.

The young members’ section, one of three main sections of CLLA, in addition to bankruptcy and the creditor’s rights sections, focuses on promoting educational opportunities and activities for young lawyers within the league.

“I wanted to get involved in promoting education,” Rudman said of pursuing her second term. “It was getting more involved with the league and serving our members and the public.”

Rudman is also the co-chair of the CLLA’s Creditor’s Rights Committee on Education.

She received her law degree from California Western School of Law in 1992.

Prior to entering into sole practice, Rudman worked for Sappa, Trucchi & Lee.

Encino bankruptcy lawyer Alan Nahmias was also elected to the executive council of the organization’s bankruptcy section last week.

Nahmias, of Plotkin, Rapoport & Nahmias, concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and business bankruptcy.

He received his law degree from Loyola Law School.

Nahmias and Rudman will serve one-year terms.


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