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GovLaw Lunch ‘n’ Learn Webinars

GovLaw invites you to
Lunch ‘n’ Learn Webinars
on Local Government!

Collecting From Those Who Profit From Bylaw Breaches

Thursday, November 28, 2019
12:00 pm – 1:15 pm

So you’ve secured many convictions on your tickets, but your defendants aren’t paying their fines. Now your finance department is asking you to do something about those large “collectibles” sitting on the books, and citizens think nothing will happen if they are ticketed. 

What now, smart guy?

In this webinar, you will learn about various legal tools and strategies for local governments to collect unpaid fines. Presented by Jarrett Plonka, who worked for years as a collections lawyer before practicing in local government law, this webinar will outline the legal options available to collect unpaid fines, how and when to use each option, effective collections strategies, and common pitfalls. Topics will include:

This webinar will cover:

Powers of entry;
When do I need a warrant?;
How do I get a warrant?;
Legal standards for obtaining a warrant;
Tips for executing a warrant; and
Post-execution wrap-up.

If you have any interest in ensuring your tickets are paid, you will not want to miss this webinar!

GovLaw is offering its educational lunchtime webinars to accommodate your busy schedule. With the click of a button, you can join us in our interactive webinars and learn from our local government lawyers. GovLaw is unique in that we pride ourselves on empowering and educating local governments.


(per person/computer)


Special Group Rate

For those with three or more staff (using the same computer) attending the
Collecting From Those Who Profit From Bylaw Breaches webinar
we are offering a special rate of




To register for the webinar, please contact GovLaw at (250) 590-1840. Remember to specify if you’re signing up as a single attendee or as a group.

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