2018 Auto Fraud Conference

April 26–28, 2018
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| Skill areas: 
Business Development
Client Management
Conducting Negotiations and Settlement
Evaluating Damages & Resources
Law Office Operations
Negotiating Attorney Fees
Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue
Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case

Conference Chairs: Gregory Babbit, Hawk Barry, and Dan Blinn

The 2018 Auto Fraud Conference will take place April 26–28, 2018 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Why You Should Attend

With auto loan fraud hitting record highs in the past year, rebuilt wrecks originating from hurricane-stricken states likely surfacing in used car lots across the country, and potential violations arising from increasing online purchase of automobiles (potentially reaching 10% of all auto sales by 2019), consumer attorneys must be ready to handle a wide range of new and recurring auto fraud challenges in the coming years.

The 2018 Auto Fraud Conference will provide you with knowledge of how the industry works, how to spot and litigate financing and “metal” cases (such as prior wrecks), and how to settle cases and get paid for your efforts. Furthermore, we will explore ways to set up viable auto fraud practices and litigate cases in growth areas of auto fraud.  

What You Will Learn

  • Learn to spot and litigate the most common types of auto fraud and expand your practice with cutting-edge areas
  • Learn how to conduct discovery and get the documents you need
  • Determine how to set up your practice and choose the best venues to try your case

Click here to view the conference agenda.

Pre-Conference Workshop on Deposition and Trial Skills

On April 25, there will be a workshop on deposition and trial skills. Using an auto fraud case study, learn from fellow NACA members Craig Friedberg, George West III, and trial skills expert Laurie Koller. This workshop will be interactive as you will practice giving depositions, opening statements, and voir dire instructions. Click to view workshop agenda.

Pre-Conference Workshop on the SCRA 

On April 26, there will be a morning workshop on Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). At this workshop, you will be introduced to the consumer protection aspects of the SCRA, become comfortable handling military clients and claims, obtain tools and skills you need to establish your own SCRA practice, and learn how to get compensation for handling SCRA cases. Agenda is coming soon.


Coming in January 2018.


The MGM Grand is located directly on the famed Las Vegas Strip. With some of the finest restaurants on the Strip, multiple night clubs, grand pool complex, casinos, and more, the MGM Grand offers all the amenities you need for an amazing conference experience. The hotel is just minutes away from the Las Vegas airport. NACA has secured the following group rates for the hotel (rate does not include $35 daily resort fee and 13.38% local tax):









Conference Sponsors

If you are interested in sponsoring the 2018 Auto Fraud Conference, download the sponsorship packet and e-mail Rebecca@consumeradvocates.org