Conducting Negotiations and Settlement
The TCPA is a hot bed of litigation and the time to file is yesterday. Anybody who is litigating or considering litigating TCPA cases could benefit from finding out how to make defendants pay top dollar on their cases.
With the right storytelling and common law theories, you can maximize actual and punitive damages under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Use of recent trial verdicts and arbitration awards can strengthen your case as well.
The used automobile sales industry is well known for its consumer protection abuses. However, because used car consumer cases often do not involve financially stable dealerships or claims against manufacturers, many consumer attorneys shy away from them. If you pick the right cases, you can build a viable auto fraud practice dealing with used car cases. This introductory presentation is geared to consumer attorneys who have incorporated or are considering incorporating used auto claims into their practice.
Successfully prosecuting a TCPA action involves more than simply alleging that the defendant placed an unwanted call to your client’s cell phone using an auto dialer. It begins with effective identification of your target client base. Are you marketing your services efficiently, i.e., reaching the right client? Next, are you effectively vetting potential clients and claims? Does your pre-suit investigation reveal that you have a winnable case against a solvent defendant? Careful attention to every detail is especially important in today’s uncertain legal environment.
John Roddy's practice is devoted to representing consumers in class actions challenging unfair and deceptive business practices, and serving as relators' counsel in qui tam "whistleblower" actions. For his successful representation of consumers victimized by predatory business practices, John has been recognized as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer. For the past fourteen years he has co-chaired the Practising Law Institute's Annual Institute on Consumer Financial Services Litigation, held in New York and Chicago.
Clients in bankruptcy or financial peril who need out of their car loan and a chance for a financial recovery? Friends or family having problems with cars or car dealers? Want tips on how to save thousands on car deals yourself? This presentation will provide the best methods to save thousands on car deals and will provide the fundamentals of California Consumer Law as applied to cars and car dealers. Although it will concentrate on California law, much will have general application to consumer law and car buying nationally.
Identity theft cases under the FCRA go well beyond the reporting and disputing process. Lawyers must dig into the actual theft and strategically conduct discovery to obtain all the good, the bad, and the ugly facts to prepare for trial. This webinar will discuss what discovery tools were used in the Kim v. BMWFS trial won by Robert Brennan and Stephanie Tatar. They will also discuss what discovery was purposely NOT conducted in order to obtain the best result at trial.
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Conference Date: May 1 – 3, 2015