NFPA Webinar “What Every Law Office Should know about Assessing Credit Damage Compensable Clients at Intake” April 30, 2013

For Tort Litigation: Fraud, Breach of Contract, Serious Personal Injury, Family law/High Conflict Divorce, Real Estate matters: Failure to disclose, Wrongful Foreclosure
Employment Law: wrongful dismissal, wrongful termination
- recognizing credit damaged clients
- documents for credit damage compensation success

Features a downloadable
- model credit damage Intake form,
- reference material(s)

Georg Finder is an independent credit evaluator and an expert on credit reporting violations and credit damage measurement. He has more than 15 years experience evaluating credit reports and appearing as an expert witness for both plaintiff and defense. Finder has authored numerous books including his upcoming, Credit Reputation Damage Compensation Success (2013). He is a California approved MCLE provider on credit report issues and credit reputation damage compensation.

The webinar will be held at Noon Pacific / 3 PM Eastern.  It will be worth 1 CLE.

Cancellation and refunds:

Cancellations may be made up to 24 hours before the webinar with a full refund minus a $5 administrative fee. Within 24 hours of the webinar start, cancellations receive no refunds.

modified 4/15/2013

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