Robert A. Mitteldorf
Principal and Chief Executive Officer
Bob brings a wealth of experience to Creditors Adjustment Bureau, along with his insightful guidance and leadership. He has been Chief Executive Officer and President of a commercial collection agency since 1974. His diverse credentials include qualifications as a licensed real estate broker, a licensed insurance broker, and a qualified collections manager for the state of California. Today, Bob directs the overall administrative function for Creditors Adjustment Bureau and ensures that the quality, service and professionalism that have fueled Creditors Adjustment Bureau’s success continue as the company grows and expands. Bob is also an active volunteer with the United Jewish Federation and the Jewish Home for the Aged, as well as a Research Sponsor of the Concern Foundation. Bob is married, with two children and seven grandchildren.
Brian L. Mitteldorf
Principal and President
Brian earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA and joined a commercial collection agency in 1989 to provide leadership in the marketing arena. He assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer in 1992. Today, Brian oversees the daily operations of Creditors Adjustment Bureau including client communications, marketing and supervising the staff members responsible for collections, finance, accounting and administration. He is a former board member with the California Commercial Collectors Association, currently serves on the board of ORT, and is a qualified collections manager for the state of California. Brian is also an active volunteer with the United Jewish Federation and the Jewish Home for the Aged. Brian is married and has four children.
Kenneth J. Freed, Esq.
Principal and Chief Attorney
Ken obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1983. He was President of The Honors Society, graduated with the Highest Honors, and was the recipient of the Department of Psychology Chair Person’s Award in recognition of his contribution to psychology majors and to the Department in matters of undergraduate affairs. He then attended USC Law School, where he received the American Jurisprudence Award for excellent achievement in the study of Constitutional Law. Ken received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1986. He immediately passed the California State Bar, and was admitted to practice in December of that year. Ken began his legal career with the law firm of Haight, Dickson, Brown & Bonesteel in Santa Monica, California. This firm was one of the largest and most prestigious in Southern California and specialized in insurance defense and large toxic tort litigation matters. He then worked for Dickson, Carlson & Campillo until 1992, when he opened his own practice. He has been specializing in the legal field of commercial collections and mechanic lien law since that date. Ken is married and has three children.