Powerful FDCPA Intake: Taking Great Cases and Making Great Money

Every FDCPA practitioner needs fast, efficient, and effective intake strategies to make your consumer practice hum. This webinar will give you the tools you need, the insights you want, and…

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Practical Considerations in Bringing Your FDCPA Case

Do you want to gain more understanding of how to evaluate an FDCPA case and put together the complaint? This session aims to provide attendees with practical guidance on how…

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Valuing your Case: A Primer

Want to learn how to effectively value your consumer litigation cases during all phases of the case (consultation, complaint drafting, pre-discovery, post-discovery, and trial)?

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Tactics for Punitive Damages

What You Will Learn How to develop your punitive damages case through discovery Speakers Craig Marchiando focuses his practice on representing consumers in lawsuits brought under the Fair Credit Reporting…

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Auto Fraud 101

Webinars A Beginner’s Guide to Defending a Repo Deficiency Case Developing an Auto Fraud Practice Part 2 Finance Company Liability in Auto Fraud Litigation Hands-On Tools for TILA Closed-End Credit…

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Finance Company Liability in Auto Fraud Litigation

The sharp and outright fraudulent business practices of many auto dealerships are well known and are the subject of much consumer litigation. And, as vehicle financing has grown, particularly for…

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NACA-NCLC Facilitator Training Program

Are you interested in taking on a leadership role within NACA or NCLC? Increasingly, both organizations are looking to boost engagement through interactive, roundtable discussions that take place at in-person…

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TransUnion v. Ramirez – Part II: What does the Supreme Court’s decision mean for your FDCPA practice

The Supreme Court’s decision in┬áTransUnion LLC v. Ramirez, U.S., 2021 WL 2599472 (U.S. June 25, 2021) will change the way that federal courts analyze standing. This session considers the impact…

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FCRA eCourse

According to the Federal Trade Commission, approximately 20 percent of Americans have serious mistakes on their credit reports. This impacts their abilities to purchase homes and cars and even to secure jobs. With many Americans currently and projected to be struggling to make ends meet, the need to access credit is crucial to allow families to stay in their homes and avoid car repossessions. Incorrect credit reporting makes home and car loans unaffordable to those most vulnerable. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) delineates consumer rights regarding reporting of consumer data and responsibilities of Credit Reporting Agencies (CRAs) and furnishers to provide accurate information.

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