This 2-day conference will feature two tracks* focused on bringing Fair Debt Collection Practices (FDCPA) lawsuits. Faculty will be drawn from top consumer rights litigators from around the country.
Introductory Track: This introductory track is designed for attorneys with little or no prior experience with FDCPA litigation. Learn about the laws protecting consumers from abusive debt collection practices and proceed to more in-depth sessions on developing these cases and a fair debt collection law practice.
Advanced Track: The advanced track is for intermediate to experienced FDCPA practitioners who want to delve more deeply into developments in FDCPA law and discuss issues related to a busy FDCPA practice. At least one session will discuss issues arising under the Telephone Consumer Practices Act (TCPA).
* Attendees can move freely between the two tracks.
Conference attendance is open to attorneys^ who can certify the following:
- Neither I, nor anyone in my firm: (1) sue consumers on consumer debt; (2) advise businesses regarding debt collection or evictions involving consumers, or (3) represent landlords in evictions.
- Neither I, nor anyone in my firm, defend any clients against FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, or other consumer claims.
- In the previous 5 years, I have not engaged in any of the activities described in the two preceding certifications, or I have sent a written explanation to email@example.com of any such work in the past 5 years.
- I do not handle debt settlement matters, or I comply with NACA’s debt settlement guidelines if I do represent clients in debt settlement affairs.
* Non-attorneys who wish to attend should email firstname.lastname@example.org with information about your occupation and interest in attending the conference.
Book a room at the Radisson Blue Aqua, Chicago ($179/night)