NACA’s second online Spring Training combines a subject matter-focused conference with the resource opportunities of a large conference. Due to circumstances with COVID-19, we are holding this conference online again this year. This event is a member-only opportunity.
Conducting Negotiations and Settlement
Collection of private student loans by third-party entities has swelled in the last five years. This webinar will cover some of the strategies used to defend student loan borrowers in lawsuits brought by one of the National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts (NCSLT) or Student Loan Solutions (SLS). The webinar is geared primarily towards attorneys seeing their first NCSLT and SLS cases.
Nonmember: Only available to members
More and more people are having a hard time making ends meet. They are compensating for this by borrowing relatively small amounts of money from unscrupulous lenders charging high-interest rates. When the consumer defaults, these unscrupulous lenders charge exorbitant “add on” expenses when they sue to recover. The little guy needs help. If you are an attorney who practices in the area of consumer law, you probably like to help the small consumer.
Furnishers will almost always file summary judgment motions against you if your last demand asks for anything beyond walk-away money. Smart lawyers prepare for the inevitable summary judgment motion weeks and months before the motion hits their desk. Bob Brennan has defeated countless furnisher summary judgment motions in his twenty-odd years of doing FCRA work and hopes to share some pertinent tips in this webinar.
• Pre-Arbitration Considerations and the Arbitration Demand
• The Preliminary Hearing and Discovery
• The Arbitration Hearing and Post-Hearing Briefing
Why These Videos Are Helpful
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?
The noble efforts to stop forced arbitration have yet to succeed. More and more banks and companies are using arbitration. Rather than give up on your case, learn how to succeed in consumer arbitration. Learn how you can arbitrate FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, and ID theft cases.