In this 60 minute webinar, Peter covers background, insights and litigation tips for debt defense cases. Topics include: overview of debt buyer industry; Forward Flow Agreements and bank liability; current regulatory response; debt buyer default judgment business model; client intake; screening for affirmative claims; trial preparation; trial tips; essential settlement terms; and significant case law developments. A few sample pleadings will be provided. A portion of the session will be reserved for live Q and A.
Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue
As the saying goes, your case is only as good as your client. And success in any FDCPA case starts with a great client intake. Asking all the right questions, at the right time, will make all the difference in the success of your FDCPA case. The right intake will also determine how much money you'll put in your pocket at the end of day. Don't shortcut the critical intake process and create nightmares down the road. Rather, learn the right way to do an intake to get great results and happy clients.
FCRA litigator Leonard Bennett provides a detailed walk through of the e-Oscar dispute system created by the national credit reporting agencies to electronically communicate, process and profit from consumer credit reporting disputes. Topics include the origin and current operation of e-Oscar by CRA-owned OLDE, LLC, its business relationship with creditors and other FCRA furnishers, the practical appearance and use of e-Oscar, available documents and discovery from and through e-Oscar and related sources, and reading the documents and information obtained.
This webinar will cover the following topics that always come up in an auto fraud practice:
Even if you know the basics of calculating monthly payments on ordinary car loans, this webinar is designed to start with the basics, and then look at some of the “tweeks” that dealers use in structuring a deal that can impact true cost of borrowing to a consumer.Learn how to handle irregular payments structures such as bi-weekly/semi-monthly payments, and how to identify the impact these have on the actual APR of a loan, such as deferred down payments/pick-up payments, deferred first payments/balloon payments, using APRWIN (free software from the Office of the Comptroller of th
We will identify issues in Auto Fraud Litigation. The following subjects will be covered:
Why You Should Attend
This webinar will outline the various types of non-credit FCRA cases being litigated today, the various types of consumer report products at issue and strategies for identifying and handling them. Topics will include employment background checks, tenant screening, public records and non-FCRA databases maintained by the major players.
Before an attorney can effectively defend against foreclosure on the basis of faulty assignment, he or she must fully understand the process of transferring mortgages and notes. This FREE webinar is designed for legal aid attorneys who are working to ensure that their clients have the opportunity to keep their homes.
The goal of the National Association of Consumer Advocates’ two-part webinar series: The Profitable Consumer Law Practice: Being a Good Lawyer is Not Good Enough, is to assist attendees in strengthening their consumer law practice and maximizing its profitability. The first webinar in this series will walk attendees through the basics of choosing practice areas, practice models and business models.
Why You Should Attend