For over fifty years, many satisfied clients throughout the United States have trusted their accounts to Law Offices Howard Lee Schiff, PC. The firm was founded by Howard Schiff in 1958 and remains headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut. The firm was incorporated as a Professional Corporation in 1977. The firm's practice is dedicated to consumer legal collections throughout the six state New England region. The client base includes representation of corporate leaders in banking, consumer credit, healthcare credit, utility service credit, retail credit and student loan credit.
The firm takes pride in its function within the credit community and has endeavored to blend the law with modern technology and traditional professional concerns.
Our law firm has a state-of-the-art call center and collection floor at our corporate headquarter location.
is an integral part of collections. Our collectors
use a state of the art call management and predictive
dialer system to maximize penetration and debtor
contact. Integrated with our proprietary collection
system, dialer projects can be tailored to meet
specific collection needs. Standard debtor demand,
progressive and staged debtor contact, contact
at significant points in the legal process, and
settlement campaigns all benefit from the penetration
that only an automated process can provide.
compliance with the client's requirements is closely
monitored, no less emphasis is placed on legal
compliance with provisions of the federal Fair
Debt Collection Practices Act, provisions of the
Bankruptcy Code, stringent state regulations,
HIPAA, and GLB as well as FTC and Attorney Generals
consent decrees that may affect certain clients.
Quarterly training and periodic testing of the
collection staff insures that these areas receive
the attention they deserve and satisfy due diligence
requirements as well. In addition, all staff with the office are annually trained and tested regarding these substantive laws as well to best ensure a firm-wide culture of compliance.
"The above assertions are based upon historical results and may not reflect actual, future results."