Why You Should Attend
There are more than three billion consumer reports filed annually by the Big Three—TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian—and millions more by data resellers, which are specialty consumer-reporting agencies that are also held accountable by the FCRA. As more data is digitized and traded, opportunities for error, fraud, and misuse are on the rise. FCRA disputes are a growing field of consumer law particularly since attorneys can recover fees and receive large payouts.
Whether you have yet to try your first FCRA case or are an experienced practitioner, the 2015 FCRA Conference will offer sessions that will meet your needs. To those who are new to the field, this conference will prepare you to recognize an FCRA case and bring it to a successful resolution. Experienced FCRA practitioners will learn how to expand their practices to encompass more clients, bring more complex cases to successful resolution, and find new partners for co-counseling.
What You Will Learn
- Get one-on-one feedback and possible solutions from experts on your biggest challenges
- Discover how to identify FCRA cases when clients come in with other cases
- Become successful at differentiating between a winnable and an unwinnable case
- Acquire strategies for increasing the value of cases and settlements