- Building your FDCPA Practice Using your Current Stock of Consumer Debt Work
- Maximizing Damages under the FDCPA
- A Beginner’s Guide to FDCPA Cases
- Everything You Need to Know About Client Intake
- Gathering, Preserving, and Leveraging Evidence in FDCPA and TCPA Cases
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Are you interested in developing a thriving FDCPA practice? Improve your ability to litigate FDCPA cases by learning how to conduct effective intake, spot common claims, better preserve and leverage evidence, and maximize your case value. This webinar series is geared to beginner and intermediate FDCPA practitioners.
What You Will Learn
- Who is subject to the FDCPA, what is prohibited, and what mistakes to avoid during litigation
- How to develop FDCPA claims in bankruptcy cases and find simple and common FDCPA claims in debt defense cases
- What evidence you need to collect and how to preserve that evidence for trial
- How to establish the correct standard for determining actual damages and what evidence you will need to prove actual damages and punitive damages
Pete Barry is a partner of Barry & Helwig, LLC. His national practice is dedicated exclusively to protecting consumers against illegal robocalls and debt collection abuse. His FDCPA Boot Camps have trained more than 1,000 lawyers in all fifty states.
Robert E. Duff formed the Indiana Consumer Law Group. Mr. Duff has successfully brought more than 100 lawsuits under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Terry Lawson runs a consumer-focused law firm in Kansas City, MO. He provides consumers with debt defense and does some consumer bankruptcy work as a complement to his other practice areas. He also has a busy consumer protection practice including FDCPA, TILA, FCRA and other federal claims, state law/UDAP work, and other plaintiff work.
John Steinkamp has been a practicing lawyer in Indianapolis, IN for eighteen years. His practice, John Steinkamp & Associates, does consumer bankruptcy work and consumer litigation. His office has filed more than 650 FDCPA lawsuits since 2009.
Ron Wilcox sues banks, debt collectors, and credit reporting agencies for FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, and identity theft violations from his office in San Jose, CA.