This webinar should be of interest to anyone interested in expanding his or her consumer protection practice by helping a growing and vulnerable population: tenants. We will explore common tenant violations, including illegal charges, dangerous conditions, illegal lock outs, and retaliatory evictions. We will also examine the laws that apply, including common law, state and local landlord tenant statutes, and applicable consumer protection laws. Finally, we will examine how to evaluate and maximize damages
• Managing Federal Student Loans in Changing Times
• How and When to Discharge Private Student Loans in Bankruptcy
• How to become a successful Student Loan Lawyer
• Presenting Winning Defenses in Private Student Loan Collections Actions
There are 1.6 trillion dollars in outstanding student loans in the U.S. that affect forty-four million Americans. As attorneys, we need to have a basic knowledge of how to assist our clients in the handling of this type of debt and how to best explain options.
The student loan problem is often very confusing and misunderstood by the student loan borrower as well as the public in general. The student loan debt problem is multi-generational, and potential clients are present in all age groups
You have a great client and a terrific set of facts. Two important questions linger. Whom should you sue to optimize your client’s recovery? If your defendants refuse to pay up, what measures can you take to ensure your client (and you!) get paid?
Standard productivity hacks don't cut it when you alone are responsible for an entire law practice. This session will cover strategies to create repeatable, step-by-step workflows to run your business, providing several example workflows on how to automate the process of attracting and booking new clients. This webinar will have the opportunity for interaction, where attendees will also be able to ask questions or share workflows and automation techniques that are working for them.
Many legal service consumer law attorneys experience heavy caseloads and want to take on federal student loan work but do not feel they have the capacity. However, building a small student loan practice is possible. Given the right tools and approach, legal aid attorneys can achieve a more diverse and satisfying caseload.
- 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
- TCPA Case Law Update: ACA International v. FCC
Why These Videos Are Helpful
Are you interested in litigating TCPA claims?
- 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
- Developing an Auto Fraud Practice (Parts 1 and 2)
- How to Keep the Lights On
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.