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Sunday, May 7 • 8:00am - 9:15am
Discovery on a Shoe String Budget

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Having confidence that you’re going to get paid eventually is one thing, but there is no denying that paying for the costs of discovery in advance can be a real burden for consumer bankruptcy lawyers. Learning to distinguish between what discovery expenses are absolutely necessary and acceptable shortcuts / alternative means of evidence gathering can go a long way in making the difference between the dream of adding the excitement and income from litigation to your consumer bankruptcy practice and making it a reality.

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Rachel Lynn Foley

CEO, Foley Law - KC Bankruptcy
Rachel established Foley Law which is also known as KC Bankruptcy. She dedicates over 90% of her time to the practice of consumer bankruptcy law. Her undergraduate training was mainly in the sciences and medicine. | | However,it was the freedom of debt described in Deuteronomy... Read More →

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Theodore Bartholow

Thad Bartholow is a partner with the Dallas, Texas law firm of Armstrong Kellett Bartholow P.C.  In addition to consumer bankruptcy, Mr. Bartholow's practice focuses on individual and class-action litigation on behalf of consumer debtors in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts... Read More →

Philip Zuzolo

Since 2007 Philip Zuzolo has been practicing consumer law in Northeast Ohio, concentrating on litigation involving the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act, and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act in both the... Read More →

Sunday May 7, 2017 8:00am - 9:15am
Pacific Hall B Walt Disney Dolphin Hotel

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