Are you considering or have you just started your own firm? Are you thinking about transitioning into another sub-specialty of consumer protection law? In this webinar, the presenters will discuss the practicalities of choosing specific practice areas in which to grow or expand, or in some cases, which to leave.
What You Will Learn
- Techniques to assist you in choosing specific areas of consumer protection law for growing and expanding your practice.
- Moral, personal, financial, and other practical information on the many different areas of consumer law, with advice and guidance so you can find the best fit for yourself, your budget, and your lifestyle.
Robert Brennan began his career in civil litigation in 1988 and opened his own law firm, The Law Offices of Robert F. Brennan APC, in 1991. The firm specializes in litigating serious personal injury cases and cases related to violations of consumer protection laws, including unfair and abusive debt collection, lemon law, automotive dealer fraud, wrongful credit report damage, and identity theft cases. Brennan was selected as a “Southern California Super Lawyer” for ten consecutive years. His recent major victories include having the Fourth District Court of Appeal uphold his FCRA verdict in Fisher v. Wells Fargo. At over $1.1 million gross, it was one of the largest California verdicts ever for wrongful credit damage. In Nelson v. Arrow, he obtained a gross verdict of over $300,000.00 in a case brought under the FDCPA. For many years, his verdict in Ferraro/Park City v. Ford was the largest verdict ever in California in a Song-Beverly “lemon law” case; the verdict has since been surpassed only twice.
Dana Karni founded Karni Law Firm, P.C. in 2007. Her professional legal experience includes actions in federal and state debt collection violations, defense of credit card suits, auto warranty and title situations, and deceptive trade practice issues. She has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law Center and is frequently sought after for television and newsprint interviews as well as public education forums in Texas, broadening her reach to those who need her most.