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What You Will Learn

  • How to set up and litigate cases with actual and punitive damages from the onset


Allison Krumhorn has been a consumer protection attorney for over fifteen years, litigating in both court and in arbitration, in the class action context as well as high-value individual cases. In May 2002, Ms. Krumhorn graduated with high honors and Order of the Coif from Chicago-Kent College of Law. She was admitted to practice in Illinois in 2002. In 2003, Ms. Krumhorn received an LLM from Northwestern University School of Law. From February of 2004 to June 2015, Ms. Krumhorn was employed as an attorney at The Consumer Advocacy Center, P.C. in Chicago. Ms. Krumhorn’s practice focused on individual and class litigation, involving consumer fraud, automobile fraud, wrongful repossessions, unlawful debt collections, and violations of various consumer-based federal statutes. Ms. Krumhorn has been with the Wilcox Law Firm P.C. since 2015. Ms. Krumhorn is NACA’s California state co-chair. She is also a graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College.

Ronald Wilcox has been a consumer protection attorney since 1995, with an office in San Jose. Ron is a graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College and has tried consumer protection cases in federal and state court, as well as JAMS and AAA. He is a member of the CAOC, CAALA, and NACBA. He has presented webinars and spoken at national conferences on consumer law and arbitration. He was awarded Santa Clara University’s Community Law Center’s Community Service Award. Ron is the author of “Conducting Individual Arbitrations” in NCLC’s Consumer Arbitration Agreements.