Conducting Negotiations and Settlement

FCRA Claims against Resellers

With mortgage loans being the “gold standard” for actual damages in FCRA cases, a consumer’s claims are greatly enhanced by mining all resellers’ liabilities for your consumer clients. Paul Mengedoth will discuss the overlay of additional liabilities involving claims against a “reseller” under the FCRA, common reseller defenses asserted in an FCRA case and practical pre- and post-litigation tips unique to reseller cases.

A Beginner’s Guide to FDCPA Cases

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is one of the most consumer-friendly statutes out there. And, with about one in seven consumers in the U.S. currently subject to collection by third party debt collectors, the potential harvest of FDCPA claims is plentiful. Learn the basics of the FDCPA so that you can spot potential claims and help consumers.

FCRA, FDCPA and Bankruptcy Part 3

Part 3 will cover the overlap of FCRA and the additional complexity of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Mr. Krumbein will be discussing slightly more of the process of Chapter 13 and then go into the substantive law including the Bk D. Wisc. Case on correct credit reporting while in bankruptcy, and the VERY bad cases on credit reporting as a discharge violation- Helmes (Bk EDVA) and Mahoney (BK, WDTX). He will also briefly discuss the good case- Torres (Bk, SDNY). This is more about technical accuracy and less about the litigation and law.

Arbitration 101

The webinar will discuss the practice skills necessary for the effective representation of consumers in arbitration. With the pervasiveness of arbitration provisions in consumer transactions, advocates need to become familiar with the practice and procedures of the arbitration forum. The speaker will review the potential benefits and significant limitations of consumer arbitration claims.

Enhancing Your Practice: Lemon Law Webinar

Presenter

Scott R. Kaufman has been licensed by the CA Bar since November of 1997, representing individuals in their disputes with businesses since 2003. He’s worked on well over 1,000 cases and achieved a positive outcome for the client in virtually all of them. Mr. Kaufman is a former member of the Southern California advanced litigation chapter of the “Inn of Court.” Pursuant to that membership he’s organized and taught multiple California certified Mandatory Continuing Legal Education classes.

Raising Defenses in a Non-Judicial Foreclosure

Why You Should Attend

  1. How to Evaluate a case – Pre-Sale or Post-Sale Equity in the property? Economics in a foreclosure? Client’s goals?
  2. Enjoining a non-judicial sale vs. Bankruptcy Stay. Bonding problems
  3. Raising DefensesLawsuit or BK Adversary Action? Loan Modifications (Wigod and Carvello) “Dual Tracking” problems
  4. Settlement Tax Implications of Debt Forgiveness Mods, Forbearance, Short sales
  5. Vacating a completed sale BFP problems Jr. liens. Void vs. Voidable

Presenter

David A.

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