- Emerging Issues in NCSLT Litigation
- Defending NCSLT Lawsuits
- Presenting Winning Defenses in Private Student Loan Collections Actions
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Do you want to learn how to litigate NCSLT cases? Are you interested in finding out how to mine these cases for affirmative claims you can bring on a contingency? Do you want to learn litigation strategies that have been used to have NCSLT cases dismissed? This webinar series is geared to practitioners of all levels who are interested in litigating NCLST cases.
What You Will Learn
- How to handle litigation among the major players involved in the NCSLT trusts
- How to spot NCSLT lawsuits, review the documents typically produced by the Plaintiff, and determine which defenses are possible
- How to prepare winning defenses on the statute of limitations and improper notice/venue
Will Crowder is a partner at Crowder McGaha, LLP in Arkansas and focuses exclusively on litigating consumer protection cases.
Brian Ellsworth is a consumer attorney in South Carolina. He is a graduate of Marquette University and the University of St. Thomas School of Law. His practice focuses on auto fraud, student loans, and unfair debt collection tactics. Brian has successfully defended over thirty NCSLT cases.
Rebecca Maurer practices law in Ohio. She was a judicial clerk for Hon. James Gwin, U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Ohio. She was previously a staff attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and now runs a private practice focused on student loan law.
Nancy L. Thompson is an attorney in Des Moines, Iowa. Nancy also works part-time as a staff attorney for Iowa Legal Aid and is the Iowa state chair for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. She’s defended twenty-four NCSLT cases thus far.
Emily White practices in Ohio. Emily worked for nearly a decade as a public interest lawyer and now practices with the Dann Law Firm in Columbus, Ohio.