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Does Your Data Support Your Story? How to use your Data to Defend Claims, Improve Liquidation and Ensure Compliance
October 15, 2020
1 Hour | 1 Credit
Your data and documentation policies and procedures are essential, but if you cannot prove that you follow them you are not getting the protections in which you have invested. Understanding the data you need, the use cases for analyzing your data and the most powerful ways you can present your data is critical. During this webinar, two of the most seasoned litigators and one of the most recognized compliance experts in the debt buying and debt collection industry will join forces to cover topics such as:
Using data to establish the Bona Fide Error defense
Developing data to defend a meaningful attorney involvement case
Using data to defeat class certification
Leveraging data during regulatory examinations
Mining deactivated and ported number data to defeat a TCPA claim
Using data analytics to tell your story
We will also identify the top five common mistakes debt purchasers and their agencies make with data retention, document retention and data analysis.
This presentation focuses on the most common procedural and substantive defenses that can lead to a creditor’s failure to prove its debt at trial.
From their expert viewpoint, the presenters impart practical tips and strategies for avoiding pitfalls in pursuing debt collection lawsuits. These experienced creditor rights attorneys have a combined 60 plus years’ experience in successfully representing creditors.
Benefit from a step-by-step analysis of preparing a claim for suit, the examination of documentation supporting the claim, and effective communications in preparation for trial.