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Interested in improving your case strategies for yo-yo auto fraud cases?  This webinar will highlight lessons learned from taking a yo-yo (spot delivery) car fraud case to a successful jury trial. The webinar is appropriate for all levels.

Please note the webinar will be followed by a 30 minute online discussion. The discussion is open to all webinar registrants, but it will not be recorded.


What You Will Learn

    • What discovery you will need in a yo-yo case and how to get it
    • How to work with credit industry experts
    • How to prep for trial and presentation of the cases
    • How to use other customers as witnesses

Speakers

Susan Warren is a partner at Feferman, Warren & Mattison, a consumer fraud law firm in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she has worked since 1996.  Her practice includes individual and class action cases brought against pawnbrokers, predatory lenders, credit reporting agencies, and mortgage servicing companies, but her real, true love is suing car dealers. After graduating from Harvard law School in 1990, Ms. Warren did legal aid work for six years on the Navajo Nation, where she learned first-hand how car dealers can defraud unsophisticated consumers.  Ms. Warren recently got a jury verdict against Reliable Chevrolet.  Past successes include a federal court jury verdict on behalf of a Navajo couple, who had purchased a used vehicle, and verdict in New Mexico state court, for the sale of a used, damaged vehicle, as new.

Nicholas Mattison is a partner at Feferman, Warren & Mattison, where he has worked since 2013.  His practice includes individual cases and class actions against fraudulent car dealers, predatory lenders, abusive debt collectors, and other businesses that rip off consumers.  He litigates in state and federal court.  Mr. Mattison has won numerous judgments for his clients at trial and in arbitration, including the jury verdict against Reliable Chevrolet, a jury verdict in a Human Rights Act jury trial, and judgment against payday lenders and  abusive debt collector.  He currently serves as the NACA New Mexico State Chair and is the recipient of the NCLC’s prestigious 2020 Rising Star Award.  Mr. Mattison is a 2008 graduate of Harvard Law School.  Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Mattison worked for four years in the DNA-People’s Legal Services.  Before working for DNA, Mr. Mattison served as a law clerk for the Honorable Edward L. Chavez on the New Mexico Supreme Court.


Please note that live webinars are free to all NACA members. After the webinar has aired, registrants will need to purchase the webinar if they want to view it. Non-members who purchased the webinar and higher level/firm members with full access to the Training Library will have access to the webinar after it has aired.

If you have purchased the webinar, you can click here to watch it on the day of the webinar.