Negotiating Attorney Fees

Maximizing Case Value


  • Maximizing Value of TCPA cases
  • Maximizing Damages under the FDCPA
  • Don't Leave Money on the Table: Settle FCRA Cases
  • How to Succeed in Consumer Arbitration

Why These Videos Are Helpful

Are you handling affirmative claims under the FDCPA, TCPA, and FCRA and want to earn more for your cases? Do you want strategies and tips that can be applied to all your affirmative claims, as well as specific advice to improve your bottom line on FDCPA, TCPA, and FCRA cases?

Developing a Consumer Law Practice


  • 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?

You Won Your Case; Now What? Collecting Consumer Clients’ Judgments

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.

Used Car Cases Can Be More Profitable Than You Think

The used automobile sales industry is well known for its consumer protection abuses. However, because used car consumer cases often do not involve financially stable dealerships or claims against manufacturers, many consumer attorneys shy away from them. If you pick the right cases, you can build a viable auto fraud practice dealing with used car cases. This introductory presentation is geared to consumer attorneys who have incorporated or are considering incorporating used auto claims into their practice. 

The Legal Framework for Car Buying - How Car Dealers Make All Their Money and How to Get Out of a Trap of Negotiating

Clients in bankruptcy or financial peril who need out of their car loan and a chance for a financial recovery?  Friends or family having problems with cars or car dealers?  Want tips on how to save thousands on car deals yourself?  This presentation will provide the best methods to save thousands on car deals and will provide the fundamentals of California Consumer Law as applied to cars and car dealers.   Although it will concentrate on California law, much will have general application to consumer law and car buying nationally.

Successful Credit Repair Organization Act Claims for Punitive Damages, Attorneys’ Fees, and More

In an era of tightened credit markets, more consumers are falling prey to scams promising improved credit. Millions of dollars are lost annually by consumers trying to achieve a higher credit rating. The Credit Repair Organizations Act (CROA) governs the conduct of those (including lawyers) that provide certain services— including mere promises of such services. With its fee-shifting provisions, CROA can successfully be used by consumer advocates to pursue fraudulent claims. 

NACA Tax Initiative

Benjamin Franklin quipped that “nothing can be certain, except death and taxes.” It is surprising, however, that your clients are taxed on the attorney’s fees that you earn while representing them. This webinar will explain why this is the case by looking at attorney’s fees through the lens of tax law.


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