Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case

eOscar and the Credit Reporting Dispute System

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.

That Could Be A Class Action!

How many times have you thought to yourself “this could make a great class action!” but you never followed through because you just didn’t know whether a consumer or employee class action was feasible or appropriate. This is a beginner’s webinar focusing on how to identify consumer or employee complaints that can be turned into great class actions – or when you should reject any notion of filing a class action.

FCRA Claims against Resellers

With mortgage loans being the “gold standard” for actual damages in FCRA cases, a consumer’s claims are greatly enhanced by mining all resellers’ liabilities for your consumer clients. Paul Mengedoth will discuss the overlay of additional liabilities involving claims against a “reseller” under the FCRA, common reseller defenses asserted in an FCRA case and practical pre- and post-litigation tips unique to reseller cases.

FCRA, FDCPA and Bankruptcy Part Two

The second webinar will cover the overlap of FCRA and Chapter 7 (liquidation) bankruptcy. Mr. Krumbein will be discussing very briefly how Chapter 7 works (again familiarity with bankruptcy is helpful but not required), and then go into the substantive law including the White/Acosta/Hernandez settlement. Emphasis will be on e[b] claims and the advisability of doing a dispute under i/s-2[b].

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