The webinar will discuss the practice skills necessary for the effective representation of consumers in arbitration. With the pervasiveness of arbitration provisions in consumer transactions, advocates need to become familiar with the practice and procedures of the arbitration forum. The speaker will review the potential benefits and significant limitations of consumer arbitration claims.
Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case
This Webinar will focus on effective strategies for noticing and taking depositions in FCRA cases. When should depositions be noticed? Where and how should they be noticed? How should they be recorded? What should be the order of witnesses? What are the purposes of the depositions that the plaintiff seeks? What happens when the witness is unprepared or uncooperative? How should you deal with an obstructionist defense attorney? How should you mange deposition exhibits? Are you effectively taking a trial deposition?
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.
Whether they are confused, scared, or just plain dishonest, sometimes clients don’t tell the truth. In this webinar, you will learn what ethical choices and responsibilities a lawyer may face upon learning that a client has lied either to the lawyer, in non-litigation documents, or to a tribunal.
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.
What You Will Learn
You will learn about: