Arbitrating and Mediating the Actual and Punitive Damages and Potentially Large Case

What You Will Learn How to set up and litigate cases with actual and punitive damages from the onset Speakers Allison Krumhorn has been a consumer protection attorney for over…

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Mock Mediation

What You Will Learn  How to prepare for and participate effectively in the preliminary arbitration hearing Speakers Craig Friedberg graduated from Vassar College as an undergrad and earned his J.D.…

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Mock Arbitration Hearing

What You Will Learn How to prepare for and participate effectively in the arbitration hearing Speakers Following fifteen years of retail auto industry experience, John Hendrickson found himself displaced in…

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Understanding Arbitration Rules for Jams & AAA

Understanding Arbitration Rules for Jams & AAA

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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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Ethics: Unconscious Bias Against Women in the Law

What You Will Learn How to recognize bias against women How to combat bias against women How to be an ally for women who are facing gender bias Speakers Carolyn…

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How to Succeed in Arbitration: The Arbitration Hearing and Post-Hearing Briefing

Arbitration is ubiquitous, and it has profoundly impacted the private practice of consumer protection law. While much has been said about the disadvantages of arbitration for consumers, many practitioners have…

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Defending Debtors against First- and Third-Party Creditors

When defending a debt defense case, it’s important to be aware of the unique challenges that arise in cases dealing with third party debt creditors vs. first party creditors and…

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Debt Defense eCourse

Nearly 30 million Americans have a debt in collections. Given that the average American household has approximately $15,000 in credit card debt, this trend is likely to remain active for the foreseeable future. Furthermore, as unpaid debt is sold to third-party debt buyers for pennies on the dollar, debt buyers use the courts to sue hundreds of consumers in one fell swoop, often without any knowledge that the debt is still owed or that the amount is correct. Learning how to effectively handle debt defense cases and spot affirmative claims with fee-shifting statutes is an excellent path to start a thriving consumer practice.

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