Report: Identifying the Most Harmful Consumer Contract Terms

NACA released a report identifying and outlining common consumer contract terms that cause the most harm to consumers, including forced arbitration clauses, class action bans, jury trial waivers, shortened statute…

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Electronic Funds Transfer Act: What to Know

This webinar will discuss how consumer protection attorneys can utilize EFTA as a tool to get some of these victims their money back from the financial institution.

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Predatory Lending: Current Trends and Claim Spotting

Despite well-established laws, predatory lenders continue to make blatantly illegal loans that violate state usury laws. Learn to spot legal claims.

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How to Use the CFPB Database

Are you looking for trends to support your consumer complaints and pleadings? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Consumer Complaint Database is a resource to search, filter and view complaint…

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Community Financial Services Association of America, Limited

Amicus brief in support of Petitioner in Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Community Financial Services Association of America, Limited

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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.

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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.

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NACA in the News: Consumer Crackdown: As Spring Break travel heats up, experts warn of bogus deals and travel needs

Cleveland 19 News, Consumer Crackdown: As Spring Break travel heats up, experts warn of bogus deals and travel needs “‘It’s an opportunity to really go after people who are beginning…

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To be or not to be Practical: Strategies and Best Practices in Negotiating and Litigating Your Fees

No one likes to litigate their fees. This is an open conversation to help you avoid doing so or to better leverage your position if you must.

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