I have it on good authority that this week could spell big changes at the CLLA. For several years, it has wandered in the land of creditors’ rights and bankruptcy, struggling to decide how relevant it still was in the 21st century. For those us who have grown up in the CLLA, raised our own families supported by the collection and bankruptcy practice facilitated by the League, it has been a trying decade or more. The League has to do something different or it will continue to slide into obscurity. It has a strong core of supporting members, but the world of collections and bankruptcy have morphed into something that the League no longer recognizes. The League has to change to keep up with the times. The cosmetic changes and lip-service of the last decade have not done enough to keep it relevant, keep it providing value. I owe the League a great deal and I will continue to support it. I hope it makes it easier to do.