Deceptive Money-Making Opportunities

In this webinar, we’ll present information about the FTC’s work to combat misleading earnings claims, with a focus on law enforcement and policy initiatives.

Becoming a Federal Judge: What Consumer and Civil Justice Attorneys Need to Know

The Biden administration has demonstrated a commitment to creating a diverse federal judiciary that includes attorneys from the civil justice community. If you have ever thought about being a federal judge (even if you believed you'd never be considered), please join us to learn why you—as a lawyer committed to civil and economic justice—are the…

Marketing in the Ever-changing Landscape of Social Networks

This webinar will cover the variety of social marketing options available to you as a legal professional. If you are a beginner or intermediate-level marketer, are an attorney who wants to understand the options, or have an advanced understanding of marketing but want to confirm you aren't missing anything, this webinar is for you! What…

Class Action Town Hall

NACA is seeking to expand its education offering to help class action attorneys become more successful in their practices. To develop educational programs and resources that meet the needs of this community, NACA is hosting a series of summer town hall discussions to brainstorm innovative programming NACA can offer to meet the concrete educational needs…

Class Action Town Hall 2

NACA is seeking to expand its education offering to help class action attorneys become more successful in their practices. To develop educational programs and resources that meet the needs of this community, NACA is hosting a series of summer town hall discussions to brainstorm innovative programming NACA can offer to meet the concrete educational needs…

What’s in Store in Federal Regulator’s Proposed Auto Fraud Regulation

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has finally done it. In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act granted the FTC the specific authority to write a rule tackling the unfair, deceptive, and abusive practices of motor vehicle dealers. This power lay dormant until now. The FTC recently announced a Notice of Proposed…

Defending Nursing Home Collection Lawsuits

There has been a significant increase in collection lawsuits filed against family members and loved ones to collect on nursing home residents' debts. The nursing homes' claims against these third parties are often tenuous at best, but due to a lack of legal representation, families are pressured into paying the debts out of their own…

Solar Fraud: The Tricks and Traps

Door-to-door solar sellers are often experienced fraudsters. They make outrageous promises, use bait-and-switch, get signatures on a tablet that are then applied to predatory contracts, use fake emails to prevent customers from viewing contracts, put contracts in the name of someone else where the consumer is credit challenged, and even forge contracts. This webinar is for anyone…

Writing the Story of the Case

Skillful storytelling takes a brief from the law school writing course instruction of producing a “just the facts” soullessly objective piece of technical writing to the evocative ground of Atticus Finch moving the entire courtroom.

Hiring and Training a Virtual Assistant

Are you interested in increasing your firm’s productivity using a virtual assistant (VA)? There are many factors to consider when using an outsourcing firm, including how to vet candidates and how to choose a quality firm. You’ll need a training protocol once you hire a VA to get them up to speed and need to…

Successors in Interest Cases

What happens when a borrower dies while their mortgage remains unpaid? A ripple effect of the Great Recession of 2009 is a large population of borrowers with refinanced and extended-term mortgage loans that will remain unsatisfied until late in their lives. How can attorneys help their client protect home equity and retain possession of a…

Starting a Student Loan Practice for the Legal Services Practitioner

Student Loans
Business Development, Client Management, Law Office Operations, Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
Beginner
Private Member: $40
Nonmember: $90

Identifying 1681e(b) Claims and Knowing when/if to Dispute with the CRAs

Credit Reporting
Negotiations and Settlement, Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue, Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
Beginner
Private Member: $40
Nonmember: $90

Debt Defense eCourse

Debt Collection
Client Management, Combating Common Defense Themes, Discovery, Evaluating Damages, Negotiations and Settlement, Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue, Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case, Trial Skills
Beginner
Member: $200
Nonmember: $300

FCRA eCourse

Credit Reporting
Client Management, Combating Common Defense Themes, Discovery, Evaluating Damages, Negotiations and Settlement, Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue, Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
Beginner
Member: $425
Nonmember: $675

Frame and Structural Damage Cases Package

Automobiles
Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue, Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
Beginner
Member: $150
Nonmember: $325

Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) 101

Mortgage/Real Estate/Housing
Discovery, Evaluating Damages, Law Office Operations, Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue, Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
Member: $120
Nonmember: $260

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