Small Claims Court for Debt Collection and Dispute 2021


Whether you are a sole proprietor, a small or medium-sized enterprise,

a large-scale company, a financing institution or a financier, collecting money

from abusive debtors has now been made easier. You can present and argue

your case in court with no lawyer required. 


You can have a speedy trial with your case heard and resolved in one day

with the judge’s final, executory, and non-appealable decision. 


The establishment of the Small Claims Court has made settlement of collection cases become more convenient, less complicated and generally hassle-free.


In this 1-day learning session you will learn how to win

your debt collection in Small Claims Court without a Lawyer!

MasterClass 3.0


Small Claims Court for Debt Collection and Dispute:

Winning Your Debt Collections thru the Small Claims Court



Speaker: Prof. Ricky de Vera, MBA, CSP, CMP

Certified Strategic Business Facilitator – Japan/Singapore

Business Process Innovation Adviser/Consultant – ASEAN

Behavioral Psychology/EQ/Personality Facilitator – USA


Friday, April 16, 2021

PART 1: 10:00 AM – 12:00 NN PHT

PART 2: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM PHT


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Webinar Description:


Business organizations have been losing in their collection efforts despite the frequency of letters, phone calls or other interventions. This is particularly true for debtor accounts that have been mismanaged interms of focus – such that their paying behaviors require legal means. The Supreme Court of the Philippines realized the voluminous court cases for “collection of debts” – that they set-up the Small Claims Court to unclog these cases. The model avoids “the legal interference of lawyers.”


All credit professionals have experienced clients or customers with past due balances. They make repeated promises to pay …. but never do. We appeal, without success, to their sense of honor and fair play, their legal and moral obligation, and threaten them with held orders, reduction of credit availability, interest, poor credit report and still nothing works. They just won’t pay.


Small claims court can be particularly cost effective for collecting unpaid bills because it eliminates the need for an attorney. In fact, small claims court works so well that in many courts over 60% of the cases heard are filed by businesses both large and small. A large percentage of these filings are uncontested by the defendant (they know they owe the money and fail to appear at trial), therefore, little preparation or actual court time is required of the plaintiff. Best of all, many defendants who don’t want their credit history damaged pay voluntarily – sometime between receiving the final demand letter and summons and the date judgment is issued.


Disputes between businesses and its customer and/or vendor are also common in small claims court. Most involve a contract. Commonly, one business will argue that goods and/or services were of poor quality, provided late or not at all. If the parties don’t negotiate their own solution or arrive at one through mediation, each would have the opportunity to present their side of the story to a small claims judge.


Upon presenting their case the judge will decide the case based on both testimony and evidence produced during trial. Instead of waiting for months for a decision, as can happen in normal court proceedings, the judge will either announce his/her decision immediately or mail it to both parties within a few days following the conclusion of the trial. Either way, both parties will know where they stand and be able to return to operating their business.


It is important to realize that when you file a matter in small claims, you do most of the work yourself. It will be your responsibility to gather evidence, prepare documents, subpoena and interview witnesses, represent yourself at trial. It will also be your responsibility to check with the clerk of the court about trial dates.


The question is..


How Can You Win Your Debt Collection Case in Small Claims Court Without a Lawyer?



Webinar Objectives:


The specific objectives of this unique fun-filled online learning experience are:

  • To a self-grounding on the essentials of the Small Claims Court;
  • To internalize the stages and procedures of the Small Claims Court; and
  • To build a knowledge on how to win in the process of the Small Claims Court​.

Webinar Outline:

Session 1: What is the Company Losing in Collection Receivables

(compelling introduction on pain points of poorly managed receivables)


Session 2: Major Challenges With Hardcore Delinquencies

(reality check of the hardcore delinquencies – or what is referred as remedial or “dying accounts” that eats a lot of the collection time and efforts)


Session 3: Assessing if you Have Exhausted all Receivables Efforts

(dissects the strategies vs conventional approaches in collection efforts and an assessment if the efforts have been exhausted)


Session 4: The Remedy: Small Claims Court – No Lawyers

(an introduction into the model of the small claims court, what, why and how it differs from the regular court models)


Session 5: What Kind of Claims are Covered by the Small Claims Court

(covers the kind of claims and peculiarities of cases that can be filed)


Session 6: Framework of the Small Claims Court

(rules of engagements for the parties – simply debtor and creditor)


Session 7: How to Prepare for Your Collection Claims

(documents, forms and approaches as the creditor prepares to file the case)


Session 8: Parties and Their Responsibilities in the Small Claims Court

(clarity on the responsibilities and accountabilities of each party and their jurisdiction interms of involvement)


Session 9: Procedures in the Proceedings of the Small Claims Court

(identifies the key issues in the Logistics Management area)


Session 10: Ensuring the Leverage (Advantage) When Facing the Legal Proceedings

(tips and tactics to win to the creditors advantage the ruling of the court)



Session 11: Court Decisions, Appeal And Other Matters

(explanation of other highlights and issues on the court proceedings)

Claiming eCertificates


An eCertificate of Attendance will be awarded to participants who successfully completed the entire Virtual MasterClass.


Survey Online Questionnaire will be emailed after the e-Learning Event for participants to give feedback.


An eCertificate of Achievement will be emailed to the registered email address of the participants upon completion of the online Feedback Form.


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Online Certificates will be available 3-5 days after the e-Learning Event.


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