FCRA Case Valuation eCourse Part 1: What is my Credit Reporting Case Worth?

Your time is precious and limited. Whether you take only a handful of credit reporting cases a year or if you see a high volume of cases, having a strong…

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FCRA Discovery eCourse Part 1

Mastering discovery challenges is the most important skill attorneys need to get the evidence to succeed at trial and settlement negotiations. Knowing what to ask for and when is one…

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Class Action 101 eCourse

The Class Action 101 eCourse is a three-month online course that will connect you with the community, knowledge, and resources to become a class action attorney.

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Legal Writing eCourse: Become a Better Legal Writer

Most lawyers live by their writing and most of us can become better writers. The goal of this course is to move you along that process. Please note that the…

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FCRA 101 eCourse

According to the Federal Trade Commission, approximately 20 percent of Americans have serious mistakes on their credit reports. This impacts their abilities to purchase homes and cars and even to secure jobs. With many Americans currently and projected to be struggling to make ends meet, the need to access credit is crucial to allow families to stay in their homes and avoid car repossessions. Incorrect credit reporting makes home and car loans unaffordable to those most vulnerable. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) delineates consumer rights regarding reporting of consumer data and responsibilities of Credit Reporting Agencies (CRAs) and furnishers to provide accurate information.

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Debt Defense eCourse

Nearly 30 million Americans have a debt in collections. Given that the average American household has approximately $15,000 in credit card debt, this trend is likely to remain active for the foreseeable future. Furthermore, as unpaid debt is sold to third-party debt buyers for pennies on the dollar, debt buyers use the courts to sue hundreds of consumers in one fell swoop, often without any knowledge that the debt is still owed or that the amount is correct. Learning how to effectively handle debt defense cases and spot affirmative claims with fee-shifting statutes is an excellent path to start a thriving consumer practice.

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