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The recent catastrophic Equifax data breach thrust the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) into the spotlight. Perhaps your phone is ringing with calls and questions—or maybe you're still wondering where all the good FCRA cases are. If you're relatively new to consumer law or have been practicing for a while, but can't figure out how to break into doing FCRA cases, this webinar is for you. Learn from two experienced consumer lawyers who successfully transitioned into FCRA cases in the last few years, and start your plan to make FCRA part of your consumer practice.
What You Will Learn
- How to prepare your practice and business for a growing FCRA caseload
- How to spot good cases, create great cases, and run like the dickens from the bad ones
- How to advocate for safe and accurate credit reporting beyond the litigation sphere
SaraEllen’s notable cases include Boldt v. Quick Collect, Inc., Pierce County, Washington Superior Court Case No. 13-2-14613-0 ($206,218.30 bench verdict against Quick Collect, Inc.; under the FDCPA and Washington State Consumer Protection Act), with fellow TLC graduate Karl Malling; Easbey & Hart v. Standley et al, Clark County, Washington Superior Court Case No. 13-2-03133-1 (bench verdict of $50,000 for plaintiff Easbey’s emotional distress under the FDCPA), and with fellow NACA member/TLC graduate Cary Flitter, Douglass v Convergent Outsourcing, 765 F.3d 299 (3rd Cir. 2014) (held that an account number visible through an envelope window violates the FDCPA).
Adam Singer is a consumer rights advocate with extensive civil litigation experience. He represents individuals harmed by corporate violations of their consumer rights and pursues cases in the federal and state courts. He leverages his expertise in civil litigation together with his knowledge of consumer laws to seek justice under the law for victims of credit report errors, identity theft, telemarketer harassment, unfair debt collection, and other deceptive business practices. Previously, Adam served as a law clerk for the Hon. Sidney H. Stein, US District Judge for the Southern District of New York, Manhattan Division and as a litigation associate at the international law firms of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP and Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, LLP. Adam attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he earned his Juris Doctorate, cum laude, and received his B.A, summa cum laude, at Washington University in St. Louis.
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