NACA is a sponsor for The Center for Consumer Law at the University of Houston Law Center and the University of New Mexico School of Law’s tenth biennial international Teaching Consumer Law Conference in Santa Fe, NM, May 18 and 19.
• Tax Implications of Attorney Fees in Consumer Cases
• 1099s and Attorneys' Fees
• Trees and Fruit: How Fee Agreements May Change the Taxation of Attorney’s Fees
• NACA Tax Initiative
- Gathering, Preserving, and Leveraging Evidence in FDCPA and TCPA Cases
- Spokeo Did Not Hang up on TCPA Federal Jurisdiction
- Litigating Individual and Class Actions under the TCPA: From Advertisement to Settlement
- Maximizing Value of TCPA cases
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Are you interested in litigating TCPA claims? Do you want to learn how to set up your practice, find clients, develop an effective discovery strategy, and maximize your claims at settlement negotiations and at trial?
- How Consumer Law Specialties Choose You
- How to set up a Successful Mortgage Practice
- Building your FDCPA Practice Using your Current Stock of Consumer Debt Work
- How to set up a Successful FCRA Practice
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Are you considering starting your own consumer law firm or have you just recently started your firm? Are you thinking about transitioning into another sub-specialty of consumer protection law?
The recent catastrophic Equifax data breach thrust the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) into the spotlight. Perhaps your phone is ringing with calls and questions—or maybe you're still wondering where all the good FCRA cases are. If you're relatively new to consumer law or have been practicing for a while, but can't figure out how to break into doing FCRA cases, this webinar is for you. Learn from two experienced consumer lawyers who successfully transitioned into FCRA cases in the last few years, and start your plan to make FCRA part of your consumer practice.
Conference Chairs: Gregory Babbit, Hawk Barry, and Dan Blinn
The 2018 Auto Fraud Conference will take place April 26–28, 2018 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sometimes consumer advocates win a case, but the defendant doesn’t pay. As a community, we need to do a better job of collecting our clients’ judgments. Not every judgment is collectible, but after this webinar, you will be able to identify which ones to pursue. This webinar is an introduction to the basic tools and strategies that you can use when pursuing payment after obtaining a judgment.
If you have a consumer bankruptcy or debt defense practice, this webinar is for you. Our speakers will help you identify the opportunities for income-generating FDCPA cases you may already have in your files. Find the low-hanging fruit that these practice areas provide and learn how to build an FDCPA practice from the ground up.
Dodd-Frank Mortgage Servicing Rules, alone or in conjunction with Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, are effective tools to assist homeowners with mortgage-related financial problems. You have heard about the rules, but how do you avoid having Chapter 7 as your own exit strategy? This webinar is for those practitioners who cannot resist these legal challenges but still need or want to make a living.
The TCPA is a hot bed of litigation and the time to file is yesterday. Anybody who is litigating or considering litigating TCPA cases could benefit from finding out how to make defendants pay top dollar on their cases.