Nothing is more rewarding than helping servicemembers cheated by auto fraudsters. Because of their age and position in the in the military, they are frequent targets by auto fraudsters. You don’t need any prior experience, particularly if you are already an experienced auto fraud attorney.
What You Will Learn
• How to identify methods of protecting service members who are more likely to be targeted by or subject to losses due to auto fraudsters
Gregory Babbitt has been a dedicated consumer advocate since he began practicing law in 1998. He has been admitted to practice law in three states by passing bar examinations (California, Pennsylvania, and Arizona). He began his practice as a consumer attorney in February 1998 as a Deputy Attorney General with the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. In March 2002, Mr. Babbitt began practicing with Rosner, Law, & Mansfield (which became Rosner, Barry & Babbitt, LLP and now is the Auto Fraud Legal Center, LLP). Since March 2002, Mr. Babbitt has litigated, settled, tried, and arbitrated hundreds of actions against car dealers, lenders, debt collectors, and/or manufacturers of vehicles. Mr. Babbitt regularly lectures on Auto Fraud to Navy and Marine Corps Legal Services and at training conferences for attorneys who practice auto fraud throughout the country.
Drew Sarrett has practiced consumer law since 2011, focusing heavily on individual and class federal litigation under a range of statutes. He also represents individuals in civil rights, employment, and discrimination matters. He has tried cases in multiple courts and argued four successful appeals before the Supreme Court of Virginia. He serves as the Treasurer/President-Elect of the Board of Directors for Virginia Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program and on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Poverty Law Center. He graduated with honors from the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia and with high honors from the Honors College at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.
July 26, 2023
2:00 pm-3:00 pm