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CRLC Written Materials


2023 CRLC


Promo for 2023 CRLC

2023 Consumer Rights Litigation Conference

Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Introduction to Consumer Law 2023

Building a Consumer Law Case 2023

Legal Practice Tips Every Lawyer Should Know 2023

Originating a Consumer Law Case 2023

Welcome to Consumer Law 2023

Student Loan Intensive 2023

ABCs of Student Loans 2023

Intro to Student Loan Discharges & Other Administrative Relief 2023

Private Student Loans & Other Education Debt 2023

Thursday, October 26, 2023

A1: Challenging Algorithmic Bias in Credit and Housing

A2: Revocation of Acceptance in Auto Warranty and Fraud Cases

A3: Trapped at Work: Combating Employer-Driven Debt

A4: ABCs of Utility Debt: Practical Solutions and Litigation

A5: Bringing Cases to Help Military Consumers

B1: ABCs of Mortgage Servicing

B2: Challenging Predatory Practices in Higher Education

B3: Conducting Effective Depositions (no written materials)

B4: ABCs of Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

B5: Arbitration Trends

C1: Major Student Loan Updates

C2: ABCs of Auto Fraud

C3: ABCs of FCRA: Focus on Tenant Screening

C4: Navigating Payment Fraud: Claims, Pitfalls, and Strategies

C5: Using RICO in Consumer Class Actions on Predatory Credit and Student Loans

D1: Property Preservation and Home Break-In Cases: Getting the Evidence to Prove Liability and Maximize Damages

D2: Dark Patterns, Set-up-to-Fail Lending, and Other Abusive Conduct

D3: Avoiding Forced Arbitration in FCRA Cases

D4: Introduction to Criminal Justice Debt

D5: Ethical Considerations and Other Challenges of Representing Older or Disabled Clients and Clients of Diminished Capacity

Friday, October 27, 2023

E1: Property Tax Foreclosures: Constitutional and Bankruptcy Issues

E2: Repossessions (CRLC 2023)

E3: FCRA Marketing, Intake, Client Development

E4: Medical Debt Collection: Policy Landscape and Opportunities for Advocacy

E5: ETHICS - Confidentiality in Discovery, Court Filings, and Settlement

F1: TILA Mortgage Origination Claims: Disclosures (TRID)

F2: Recent Developments in TCPA Litigation

F3: Return to Repayment: New Repayment Options and Flexibilities to Help Manage Student Loan Bills

F4: Going After Bad Lawyers: Legal, Strategic and Ethical Considerations in Seeking Sanctions and Bringing Affirmative Actions to Challenge Attorney Misconduct in Mortgage and Debt Collection Cases

F5: Home Energy Efficiency/Affordability/Renewable Energy Programs and Scams: Distinguishing Between the Real Programs and Rip-Offs (Part 1)

G1: Home Energy Programs: Solar & Door-to-Door Frauds (including E-Sign) (Part 2)

G2: New Student Loan Discharge Rules

G3: How to Win Your FCRA Case

G4: Strategies in Debt Defense Cases

G5: Consumer Rights Advocacy for Domestic & Sexual Violence Survivors from Underserved and Culturally Specific Communities

H1: Updates in Mortgage Servicing Loss Mitigation

H2: Other Parties' Liability for Auto Dealer Conduct

H3: FCRA Developments

H4: Nursing Home Debt Collection: What Consumer Lawyers Need to Know

H5: Telemarketing Claims – Legal Limits on Consent and ID Requirements (TCPA)

I1: Homeownership Roundtables: Tangled Title, Zombie Seconds, Loss Mitigation (no written materials)

I2: Auto TILA and E-SIGN

I3: Discharging Student Loans in Bankruptcy

I4: Suing Debt Buyers for Abusive Practices

I5: Drafting a Winning Motion for Maximum Attorneys' Fee

Saturday, October 28, 2023

J1: Advanced RESPA Litigation Issues

J2: Earned Wage Advances and Other Fintech Payday Loans

J3: Tenant Screening: Federal and State Policy Developments

J4: Fighting Credit Repair Scams: Litigation & Other Strategies

J5: Using the Disparate Impact Theory to Challenge Systemic Inequities in Housing, Credit and Insurance

K1: Helping Homeowners After a Natural Disaster

K2: Debt Collection Calls - New TCPA Claims & Other Prerecorded Calls

K3: Trying Small and Large Cases to Final Award in Arbitration

K4: Junk Fees in Residential Rentals

K5: Ethics - How To Understand Race Dynamics With Clients And Litigation the Disparate Impact Theory to Challenge Systemic Inequities in Housing, Credit and Insurance

L1: Defending Against Enforcement Actions by HOAs

L2: Advanced Successor in Interest Issues: Helping Heirs Save the Family Home