Defending Debtors against First- and Third-Party Creditors

October 3, 2018, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. ET
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| Skill areas: 
Conducting Negotiations and Settlement
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Discovery
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Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue
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Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
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Trial Skills

Private Members: $50
Legal Aid, Public Interest, Law School, and Military Members: $30
Nonmembers: $90 (Nonmembers need to email training@consumeradvocates.org to be verified to attend the webinar)

When defending a debt defense case, it’s important to be aware of the unique challenges that arise in cases dealing with third-party debt creditors vs. first-party creditors and to tailor the defense accordingly. Learn effective pre-trial negotiations tactics and trial strategies to defend clients against first- and third-party creditors.

What You Will Learn 

  • How to develop a discovery plan against first- and third-party creditors
  • How to attack first party creditors with arguments that are generally being met with skepticism from the court
  • How to attack third-party creditors, including how to evaluate their forward flow agreements

Speaker

Will Geddings is a debtor's lawyer who has spent the better part of a decade working at Hays Cauley, P.C. in Florence, South Carolina. Hays Cauley is a consumer/debtor's firm that only provides services to consumers/debtors, which include litigating cases in which creditors have violated the FCRA, the FDCPA, the TCPA, TILA, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, and South Carolina law. Will's main areas of practice include all of the aforementioned areas but center around debt defense and automobile fraud.

CLE Credit

Are you interested in receiving CLE credit for this webinar? NACA does not seek CLE approval for each webinar in each individual state.  Individual attorneys can generally apply for, and receive CLE credit, in their respective states. Please note that NACA is now a State Bar of California MCLE Provider and this webinar is considered pre-approved for CLE credits for lawyers practicing in California. NACA will provide, upon request, certificates of attendance to be used in state bar applications and for records required by California attorneys. Email training@consumeradvocates.org to request a certificate of attendance. 

Refund Policy

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