Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) practitioners are likely familiar with the frustrations of trying to ascertain FCRA damages without solid Adverse Action Notices. Violations of Adverse Action Notice requirements are rampant. This webinar will address how the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) can be used to hold creditors accountable for vague, incorrect, or altogether missing Adverse Action Notices. If you are looking to expand your FCRA practice into a related area or you just want to be sure that you are thoroughly advocating for your FCRA clients’ rights, this webinar is for you. This webinar assumes participants will have some familiarity with FCRA litigation but not necessarily with ECOA claims.
What You Will Learn:
• What makes a good ECOA Adverse Action Notice case
• What timing considerations you should keep in mind when bringing an ECOA case relative to a related FCRA case
• What the pitfalls are of Adverse Action Notice cases
John Goolsby has practiced consumer law since 2002 and has maintained a solo private 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.