Residential Rental Debt Collection

How to identify common challenges to the claimed amount of rental debt

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Suing the Government under the Fair Credit Reporting Act

Like private companies, federal agencies furnish information about consumers to credit reporting agencies and use consumer reports prepared by credit bureaus. But although consumers can sue private companies for violating…

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Refining and Developing Your Identity Theft Practice 2024

This webinar is designed to assist consumer lawyers who are familiar with civil identity theft laws in refining their pre-litigation and litigation strategies. 

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Win Your Auto Case Through Written Discovery and Advanced Discovery Topics

Interested in improving your discovery skills in your auto cases? This seminar will address pre- and post-filing discovery techniques and provide tools to maximize the chance of success. This webinar…

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Building a Federal Student Loan Practice

A detailed overview of the complex student loan system and programs that may be available to borrowers to better manage their student debt

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To be or not to be Practical: Strategies and Best Practices in Negotiating and Litigating Your Fees

No one likes to litigate their fees. This is an open conversation to help you avoid doing so or to better leverage your position if you must.

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Identifying TCPA Class Actions: From Client Intake to Taking a Second Look at Your Current Caseload

What’s the difference between a run of the mill TCPA case and a multi-million dollar TCPA class action? It might not be as much as you think. This webinar will…

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Best Practices in Auto Fraud Trials and Arbitration

What You Will Learn Gain insight from your peers on their recent auto trials and arbitration hearings Speakers Andy Milz is a trial lawyer at Flitter Milz, PC (PA, NJ,…

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Dispositive Motions in the Current Climate

Motion practice is an essential part of a credit reporting case. Learn how to effectively prosecute and defend motions for summary judgment and motions to compel, which are critical to…

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