Kenneth R. Besser chartered his first business corporation at the age of 16. Since that early beginning he has successfully owned and operated many business ventures. During his 30 years of business experiences, Besser also obtained a Bachelor of Science degree, attended two years of medical school, graduated law school with honors, simultaneously served as two law review editors (both administrative editor and research editor), served as a law school associate professor in legal methods and drafting and a continuing legal education lecturer on several topics, and remained married to his wife, a practicing family physician, and raised six excellent children.
As a medical practice management consultant, Besser has overseen several installations of medical practice operation and management systems and personally trained or supervised his subordinate staff as they trained all employees of the medical practices, from physicians to front desk personnel.
As a business owner and medical practice manager, Besser has overseen both business-to-business and consumer primary collection staffs ranging from single to multiple-person collection departments. As a consulting consumer collections attorney, he was the project coordinator for a Fortune 1000 international conglomerate’s development and management of a consumer collections enterprise. Besser has advised many clients concerning the main federal laws dealing with consumer credit issues, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Fair Credit Reporting Act and appropriate state consumer credit and consumer protection laws in his clients’ jurisdictions.