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• Conducting an Effective Intake
• Dispositive Motions
• Discovery Planning and Alternatives to Formal Discovery
• Protective Orders and Discovery Challenges
• How to Keep the Lights On
• Best Practices in Client Management
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Missed the Spring Training 2020? The Litigation track focuses on discovery, intake and client management. This webinar series is geared to attorneys of all levels.
What You Will Learn
• Conduct an effective intake that determines liability, damages and workflow to bring litigable claims
• Draft and use dispositive motions to further your case goals
• Create a formal and informal discovery plan to obtain documents and information you need to litigate your case
• Overcome common obstacles to obtain discovery you need for your case
• Establish a good working relationship with your clients that are built upon achievable expectations and goals
Brian L. Bromberg is the owner of the Bromberg Law Office, P.C. in New York City. Mr. Bromberg is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. He has prosecuted numerous consumer protection and fraud cases against debt collectors, banks, credit card companies, and automobile dealers.
David Chami is a trial attorney and managing partner of the consumer litigation department at the Price Law Group. Between 2013 and 2015, David sat first chair in fifteen trials. Since 2015, David has either directly or indirectly managed the filing of over 250 consumer litigation cases. Nearly 50% of the firm's practice is dedicated to the FCRA.
Bryant Dunivan focuses his practice primarily in the fields of Debtor’s Rights (Foreclosure Defense, Deficiency Defense, Bankruptcy, Fair Debt Collection violations, Fair Credit Reporting violations, and Credit Card/Debt Negotiations) and Real Estate law (landlord-tenant matters, easements, contract enforcement, deed preparation and quiet title actions).
John Goolsby has practiced consumer law since 2002 and has maintained a solo practice since 2006. His primary focus is on individual FCRA cases. Other practice areas include FDCPA, ECOA, RESPA, banking law, scams targeting seniors, and moving company scams. John works and lives in Saint Paul, MN.
Andrew Guzzo’s practice focuses exclusively on representing consumers, with an emphasis on litigation against internet lenders, credit reporting agencies, and debt collectors. He serves as the state chair for Hawaii for NACA.
Matthew Loker is the founder of Loker Law, APC and is Professor of Contracts at the San Luis Obispo College of Law. In practice, 100% of the cases handled by Loker Law, APC are consumer related. Said cases range from defending consumers that have been sued by creditors or debt collectors to large Multi-District Class Actions.
Nicholas Mattison is a partner at Feferman, Warren & Mattison, a consumer law firm in Albuquerque, NM. His practice includes individual cases and class actions against fraudulent car dealers, predatory lenders, abusive debt collectors, and other businesses that rip off consumers.
Heidi Miller is a solo practitioner whose practice area focuses on consumer protection issues, including illegal car repossessions, illegal debt collection activity, errors on credit reports, and student loans. Heidi is licensed in California and Wisconsin, as well as multiple federal district courts and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She is the current Wisconsin state chair for NACA.
Casey Nash is a consumer attorney who represents consumers in a variety of matters, including credit reporting issues, inaccurate or misleading employment background reports, abusive debt collection, mortgage servicing issues, predatory lending, and TCPA issues.
In 2012, Aaron Swift accepted a position at LeavenLaw in St. Petersburg, FL, where he managed the Consumer Law department. In October 2017, Aaron decided to hang a shingle of his own, and Swift, Isringhaus & Dubbeld, P.A. has grown to four attorneys representing consumers throughout Florida.
Emanwel J. Turnbull is from the United Kingdom, where he earned his law degree at St Hugh’s College, Oxford University and a post-graduate diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law in London. In 2011, Emanwel was among the first students to enroll in the University of Maryland School of Law’s graduate program, where he focused his studies on Consumer Law.