How to Begin to Incorporate Auto Fraud into Your Practice with John Gayle
Wednesday January 08 , 2014
- By: National Association of Consumer Advocates
- Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
- Time Zone: Central Time (US & Canada)
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National Association of Consumer Advocates
- Website: www.naca.net
This webinar will cover the following topics that always come up in an auto fraud practice; Necessity to understand Lemon laws, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act; What factors to consider in deciding to take a case : Controlling you desire to help ; Managing client expectations; Necessity for competent assistants; How to properly handle the intake; When to settle; Understanding the sale process and profit centers of a car dealership; Investigation techniques; Wreck damage cases; Hiring experts; Liability of remote sellers; Certified Used Car Sales; UDAP statutes and how to use them; Cure Offers and Rule 68 Offers of judgment; What Odometer Fraud cases NOT to take; Fraudulent financing clams; Yo Yo sales; Examining the documents in the transaction; When to file suit; Statutes of limitations for fraud, breach of warranty, other consumer statutes, and TILA; Dealer bonds, and state statutes compensating victims of auto dealer fraud.
Presenter John Cole Gayle, Jr. founded his law firm, The Consumer Law Group, P.C. of Richmond, Virginia, in 2001. He is a nationally known expert on Consumer Law.
How to Register:
NACA Members: www.naca.net , click on members only, sign-in, click Event Registration
Non-members: Click here
- CLE Credit Comments: Individual attorneys can generally apply for and receive CLE credit in their own respective states for no charge.