Addressing Common Pitfalls in Lemon Law Cases

Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 3:15 p.m. ET–4:15 p.m. ET

Overcome common challenges associated with lemon law cases

Speakers

Mark Aschermann is an attorney in Austin, TX, who has been Board Certified in Commercial and Consumer Law in Texas since 1995. Mr. Aschermann is a solo practitioner representing consumers in a wide variety of matters but especially lemon law, insurance, and consumer financial disputes. He has tried a number of cases to jury and to the court as well as a number of arbitration proceedings, most all through the American Arbitration Association. He has also pursued remedies in administrative proceedings. In over twenty-five years of experience, he has become better at assessing claims in which he can help the consumer and make a fee for himself, but this remains a difficult art that punishes poor judgment.

Elizabeth Wells is a partner at the Burdge Law Office in Dayton, OH. She joined the firm in 2004 and concentrates her practice on breach of warranty cases for RVs, cars, motorcycles, and boats, as well as consumer protection auto fraud cases against used car dealers. She also oversees the firm’s lemon law cases. Beth has represented RV consumers in Federal Court mediations in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky, in Federal Court jury trials in Ohio and Pennsylvania, and before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She has represented Ohio and Kentucky car, motorcycle, and boat consumers in state court mediations, jury trials, and arbitration hearings, and before multiple Ohio Courts of Appeal.

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