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This program was recorded on June 5, 2020
Forget what you thought you knew about Lemon Law. This course will take a fresh look at the exploding practice area of consumer warranty protection, commonly referred to as the Lemon Law. This course will provide a general overview of law as well as specific strategies for success. From signing a client to securing a trial win, this course will identify practical solutions at every stage of the litigation. Although this course will focus primarily on Lemon Law, the practice tips provided in this course will be applicable to all areas of civil litigation.
Michael H. Rosenstein is one of the founding partners of California Consumer Attorneys, P.C. With more than 25 years of experience, Mr. Rosenstein is one of foremost consumer protection attorneys in the State of California having successfully represented hundreds of consumers against virtually every vehicle manufacturer and distributor. Mr. Rosenstein is also one of California’s most experienced trial lawyers in the field of automotive consumer warranty litigation, having tried dozens of cases to verdict. In one recent case, Tyree Newton v. BMW of North America, LLC, Mr. Rosenstein was able to secure his client a unanimous jury verdict on all causes of action in a case involving a defective BMW 750 Li. In this case, the jury awarded maximum damages against the automotive giant including a civil penalty of $196,665.60.
1 General Credit
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- What is Lemon Law?: An introduction to consumer warranty protection;
- Knowing Your Lemon Law: An overview of Federal and state consumer warranty protection;
- Why Lemon Law?: The benefits and rewards of starting a Lemon Law practice or supplementing your current practice with Lemon Law;
- Getting Started: Finding your clients and identifying a ripe Lemon;
- Pre-Litigation Considerations: Knowing when and where to file and avoiding arbitration;
- Litigating Your Lemon Law Case: Providing strategies for discovery issues specific to Lemon Law;
- Finding the Right Expert: A good expert can make or break your Lemon Law case. This course will provide solutions for finding the right expert and strategies for going after the manufacturer’s expert
- Trial Preparation: Practical tips for preparing a Lemon Law case for trial that apply to any civil litigation case
- The Lemon Law Trial: Strategies for success at trial as well as common mistakes to avoid