Auto Fraud scenarios are widespread, yet many attorneys reject these potential cases. Arbitration clauses and low reported damage awards have made it harder for consumer law practitioners to run a sustainable auto fraud practice.
What You Will Learn
- Valuable tips for economically pursing your first auto fraud cases while generating new business, keeping your clients happy, and maximizing available remedies
Stacy Bardo is the founder of Bardo Law, P.C., a consumer protection litigation firm in Chicago, Illinois. Stacy has nearly twenty years of experience advocating on behalf of consumers. She has been principally involved in hundreds of actions involving debt collection, identity theft, credit reporting practices, consumer fraud and deceptive sales, warranty breaches, automobile financing, repossession, odometer fraud complaints, and mortgage servicing breaches.
John O’Neal represents persons across North Carolina in matters of auto fraud, unfair/harassing debt collection, credit reporting, illegal repossessions, and various other civil matters. John was a founding member and later chair of the consumer law section of the North Carolina Advocates of Justice (formerly NCATL) and has provided seminars, resources, and advice to countless lawyers and consumers across North Carolina. John is a proud alumnus of UNCG and UNC Chapel Hill School of Law.
April 8, 2021
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