- FCRA Claims against Resellers
- FCRA Deposition Tactics and Strategies
- Intersection between FCRA, Chapter 7, Mortgages, and Loan Modification
- FCRA Class Action Litigation: Overview and Recent Developments
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Do you want to take on more complex FCRA claims, including class action claims? Do you want to learn what types of FCRA claims are appropriate for class actions? Are you interested in understanding the nexus between mortgage, bankruptcy, and FCRA claims? Are you curious about how to litigate claims against resellers? do you want to learn effective strategies for taking depositions in FCRA cases? This webinar series is geared to intermediate and advanced practitioners who already have a solid understanding of the FCRA.
What You Will Learn
- How to spot issues that are well suited for FCRA class treatment
- How to spot issues for clients with credit problems that have not affirmed mortgages
- How to find unique discoverable information available from a reseller and the CRAs when a tri-merge report is issued
- What strategies to use when deposing witnesses for an FCRA claim
O. Max Gardner III, Esq., is recognized as one of the leading lawyers in America in the area of predatory mortgage servicing and the standing of mortgage servicers in consumer bankruptcy cases.
Paul B. Mengedoth was a mortgage loan originator and post-closing mortgage analyst for a large mortgage lender prior to law school. For the last eleven years, he has solely represented consumers to champion their individual and class claims against creditors and debt collectors/furnishers, credit reporting agencies, and resellers.
John Soumilas is an attorney with the law firm of Francis & Mailman, P.C. in center city Philadelphia. He concentrates his practice in the areas of consumer protection law, including fair credit reporting, fair debt collection, and consumer class actions.
Amy E. Tabor practices at Caddell & Chapman, which has served as class counsel in some of the largest FCRA class actions ever certified, including a successful settlement with Trans Union involving the use of credit information to create and sell “target marketing” lists to advertisers.