For decades, if not centuries the act of serving process has remained largely unchanged.
The profession is currently at a critical crossroads, it is facing significant challenges to its image and ability to keep pace with technological advances in today’s constantly changing marketplace.
If the private process serving profession hopes to be a part of the solution to these and other problems they need to EMBRACE CHANGE rather than resist it.
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Sunday, February 3, 2013
More Red Tape or Opportunity?
Recently Introduced Maryland Bill SB0554 - Requiring the
licensure as a private process service agency of any person who provides
specified private process service; providing for the terms and renewals of the
licenses, qualifications for and duties of licensees, display of licenses, and
required records of a licensee; establishing specified administrative,
financial, and surety bond requirements for a licensed private process service
agency; establishing qualifications for and duties of certified private process
More fall out from NY's Sewer Service?Or the result of continuing FTC or CFPB
pressure on collection attorneys and debt buyers and process servers just
caught in the wake?Either way, I suspect
more of the same to happen all over the country.I will suggest that most successful among us
will stop fighting but rather embrace this change and make it work for
them. I am not saying roll over and get steamrolled, get involved and shape it to your benefit.
Or perhaps NAPPS and its 800K treasury can save the day... Yeah Right. That worked out well in NYC.