State retail installment sales laws are useful tools for litigating auto cases that are at times overlooked. Those statutes and the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) can provide important remedies to victims of dealer wrongdoing. By attending, you will gain insight on the overlap between federal laws, such as TILA and state retail installment sales laws, and the provisions of the state laws that place additional requirements upon retail installment sellers beyond TILA. This webinar will provide information helpful to both attorneys new to the auto fraud area and experienced attorneys who have not taken advantage of state retail installment sales laws.
What You Will Learn
• How to bring claims using state retail installment sales law
• How to bring TILA claims for automobile cases
• How to determine which claims to pursue when faced with TILA and state retail claims
Thomas Domonoske has been using the civil justice to remedy credit-related frauds since starting as a legal aid lawyer in 1993. He has published many articles on consumer law and has given over 130 consumer law trainings. He is a former member of the board of directors of NACA and works with Consumer Litigation Associates, based out of Newport News, Virginia.
Christina Gill Roseman represents consumers at Roseman Law Firm, PLLC, with offices in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Morgantown, West Virginia. She has successfully tried numerous cases against automobile manufacturers and dealerships. She is rated as an AV Preeminent attorney, the highest ranking, by her peers through Martindale Hubbell, has been selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for 2014, 2016, and 2017 and is NACA’s West Virginia state co-chair.