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Discussion Topics

Identifying and acquiring mass arb portfolios.

Maximizing value of mass arbitration cases: legal strategies.

Avoiding costly mistakes and pitfalls.

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What to expect from the summit

Panel: Identifying Portfolio Arbitration Cases.

  • Legal/ case theories that work;
  • Analyzing arbitration provisions;
  • Class action and mass arbitration combos.

Panel: Evaluating Portfolios.

Presentation: Case Acquisition.

  • Marketing campaigns that work;
  • Screening/ sales techniques and strategies;
  • Tech & CRM.

Presentation: Immigrants as Claimants in the Mass Arbitration Space: Challenges and Solutions.

Panel: Filing strategies.

  • Single case filing;
  • Drop filing;
  • Filing in stages.

Panel: Litigation / trial strategies.

Presentation: Trying a Case to a Jury of One: Applying Jury Trial Strategies in Arbitration.

Panel: Portfolio Case Management.

  • Communication strategies on a scale;
  • How to automate all the way through trial.

Panel: Maximizing the Value of Retained Portfolios.

  • Community approach;
  • Leveraging client relationships and second screening workflows.

Presentation: Expanding the Horizons - Portfolio and Class Litigation in the European Union.

Our Community

George Haines

George Haines is the principal attorney at Freedom Law Firm based in Las Vegas, NV. George is personally involved in dozens of mass arbitration portfolios. Most importantly, he has built robust systems and company culture that allow him to take any practice area, case concept, or portfolio and scale it quickly and effectively in a short period of time. At the conference, George will share his experience and insights into designing teams and systems for growth and scaling.

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George Haines

George Haines is the principal attorney at Freedom Law Firm based in Las Vegas, NV. George is personally involved in dozens of mass arbitration portfolios. Most importantly, he has built robust systems and company culture that allow him to take any practice area, case concept, or portfolio and scale it quickly and effectively in a short period of time. At the conference, George will share his experience and insights into designing teams and systems for growth and scaling.

www.freedomlegalteam.com

Michael Kind

Michael Kind is the founder of Kind Law, a Las Vegas law firm that focuses on consumer protection in Las Vegas, Nevada. Before founding Kind Law, Michael was the managing attorney for the Las Vegas office of one of the largest and most respected consumer protection law firms in the nation. Michael gained extensive experience in consumer and class-action litigation in state and federal court as well as significant experience in litigating consumer matters in private arbitration.

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Michael Kind

Michael Kind is the founder of Kind Law, a Las Vegas law firm that focuses on consumer protection in Las Vegas, Nevada. Before founding Kind Law, Michael was the managing attorney for the Las Vegas office of one of the largest and most respected consumer protection law firms in the nation. Michael gained extensive experience in consumer and class-action litigation in state and federal court as well as significant experience in litigating consumer matters in private arbitration.

www.kindlaw.com

Sofia Wadler

Sofia Wadler is the founder of Pallas Enterprise is a practice development partner for plaintiff-side attorneys specializing in mass arbitration and portfolio litigation. Pallas helps attorneys identify, acquire, and manage mass arbitration portfolios. Sofia combines her background in law with her experience in advertising and business to create unique and outside-of-the-box business solutions for plaintiff-side attorneys. Sofia has been involved in mass arbitration case acquisition and management since 2018.

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Sofia Wadler

Sofia Wadler is the founder of Pallas Enterprise is a practice development partner for plaintiff-side attorneys specializing in mass arbitration and portfolio litigation. Pallas helps attorneys identify, acquire, and manage mass arbitration portfolios. Sofia combines her background in law with her experience in advertising and business to create unique and outside-of-the-box business solutions for plaintiff-side attorneys. Sofia has been involved in mass arbitration case acquisition and management since 2018.

www.pallasenterprise.com

Yana Hart

Yana Hart is a Senior Associate at Clarkson where she manages a number of mass arbitration portfolios, consisting of hundreds of cases, along with several complex class actions. During her legal career, Ms. Hart has litigated and successfully resolved hundreds of consumer cases (inclusive of class actions and complex individual cases), focusing on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, California Invasion of Privacy Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and many other federal and California consumer statutes. She was able to obtain numerous favorable decisions, published on Lexis and/or Westlaw, and find creative solutions in both negotiation and litigation of individual, class, and portfolio cases. Several of Ms. Hart’s legal articles were published. Her article “The Impact of Smith v. LoanMe on My Right to Privacy Against Recording Telephone Conversations” was published in the Gavel magazine by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association in October 2020. On March 30, 2021, her article “Stopping Collection Abuses in Medical Debt” was published in Forum Magazine by the Consumer Attorneys of California.

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Yana Hart

Yana Hart is a Senior Associate at Clarkson where she manages a number of mass arbitration portfolios, consisting of hundreds of cases, along with several complex class actions. During her legal career, Ms. Hart has litigated and successfully resolved hundreds of consumer cases (inclusive of class actions and complex individual cases), focusing on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, California Invasion of Privacy Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and many other federal and California consumer statutes. She was able to obtain numerous favorable decisions, published on Lexis and/or Westlaw, and find creative solutions in both negotiation and litigation of individual, class, and portfolio cases. Several of Ms. Hart’s legal articles were published. Her article “The Impact of Smith v. LoanMe on My Right to Privacy Against Recording Telephone Conversations” was published in the Gavel magazine by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association in October 2020. On March 30, 2021, her article “Stopping Collection Abuses in Medical Debt” was published in Forum Magazine by the Consumer Attorneys of California.

www.clarksonlawfirm.com

Bibi Fell

Bibi Fell represents plaintiffs who suffered catastrophic injuries or the death of a loved one. She is the Founding Partner of Fell Law, PC, in San Diego, California and is a Partner at Athea Trial Lawyers, a nationwide plaintiff’s firm comprised of six prominent female trial lawyers. Bibi is one of the few women attorneys to have received a verdict over $100,000,000.00 as lead trial counsel. Bibi is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Membership is extended by invitation only to lawyers who have demonstrated extensive trial experience, civility and professionalism. In 2018, Bibi was one of three finalists for Consumer Attorneys of San Diego’s “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award and received the “Outstanding Trial Lawyer” award. In 2020, she received the “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award from Pepperdine Law School. Bibi has also been selected to be a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, the Daily Journal’s Top 100 Women Lawyers, and has been selected as a Top 50 and Top 25 San Diego Superlawyer. This year, Bibi was selected as a finalist for Consumer Attorneys of California’s Consumer Attorney of the Year Award. At the conference, Bibi will deliver a presentation titled “Trying a Case to a Jury of One: Applying Jury Trial Strategies in Arbitration.”

Read More www.fellfirm.com

Bibi Fell

Bibi Fell represents plaintiffs who suffered catastrophic injuries or the death of a loved one. She is the Founding Partner of Fell Law, PC, in San Diego, California and is a Partner at Athea Trial Lawyers, a nationwide plaintiff’s firm comprised of six prominent female trial lawyers. Bibi is one of the few women attorneys to have received a verdict over $100,000,000.00 as lead trial counsel. Bibi is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Membership is extended by invitation only to lawyers who have demonstrated extensive trial experience, civility and professionalism. In 2018, Bibi was one of three finalists for Consumer Attorneys of San Diego’s “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award and received the “Outstanding Trial Lawyer” award. In 2020, she received the “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award from Pepperdine Law School. Bibi has also been selected to be a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, the Daily Journal’s Top 100 Women Lawyers, and has been selected as a Top 50 and Top 25 San Diego Superlawyer. This year, Bibi was selected as a finalist for Consumer Attorneys of California’s Consumer Attorney of the Year Award. At the conference, Bibi will deliver a presentation titled “Trying a Case to a Jury of One: Applying Jury Trial Strategies in Arbitration.”

www.fellfirm.com

Ginger Jacobs

Ginger E. Jacobs received her J.D. degree with cum laude honors from Harvard Law School in 1998 and her Bachelor of Arts degree with magna cum laude honors from Duke University in 1995. Ms. Jacobs is a founding member of Jacobs and Schlesinger LLP, a full-service immigration and appellate law firm. Ms. Jacobs focuses her practice on employment-, family-, and investor-based immigration cases, as well as asylum, Violence against Women Act cases, removal cases in Immigration Court, and consular processing through U.S. embassies and consulates abroad. Ms. Jacobs frequently gives presentations and workshops in the community and for professional organizations on various topics in immigration and nationality law in both English and Spanish. At the conference, Ms. Jacobs will deliver a presentation titled: “Immigrants as Claimants in the Mass Arbitration Space: Challenges and Solutions.”

Read More www.jsslegal.com

Ginger Jacobs

Ginger E. Jacobs received her J.D. degree with cum laude honors from Harvard Law School in 1998 and her Bachelor of Arts degree with magna cum laude honors from Duke University in 1995. Ms. Jacobs is a founding member of Jacobs and Schlesinger LLP, a full-service immigration and appellate law firm. Ms. Jacobs focuses her practice on employment-, family-, and investor-based immigration cases, as well as asylum, Violence against Women Act cases, removal cases in Immigration Court, and consular processing through U.S. embassies and consulates abroad. Ms. Jacobs frequently gives presentations and workshops in the community and for professional organizations on various topics in immigration and nationality law in both English and Spanish. At the conference, Ms. Jacobs will deliver a presentation titled: “Immigrants as Claimants in the Mass Arbitration Space: Challenges and Solutions.”

www.jsslegal.com

Shamsi Arbab-Zadeh

Shamsi is an attorney in Düsseldorf, Germany. She received her JD equivalent from the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and holds an LL.M. from the University of San Diego, CA.
Shamsi was part of the “Commercial Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution” team at one of the largest international law firms headquartered in London.
During that time, Shamsi was involved in legal projects related to cartel follow on damages disputes which is how she first encountered the concept of portfolio litigation.
At the conference, Shamsi will speak about portfolio litigation and mass claims under the EU and German laws.

Read More www.linkedin.com/in/shamsiaz279

Shamsi Arbab-Zadeh

Shamsi is an attorney in Düsseldorf, Germany. She received her JD equivalent from the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and holds an LL.M. from the University of San Diego, CA.
Shamsi was part of the “Commercial Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution” team at one of the largest international law firms headquartered in London.
During that time, Shamsi was involved in legal projects related to cartel follow on damages disputes which is how she first encountered the concept of portfolio litigation.
At the conference, Shamsi will speak about portfolio litigation and mass claims under the EU and German laws.

www.linkedin.com/in/shamsiaz279

Amber Pang Parra

Ms. Pang Parra represents people nationwide who have been injured by pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices, and dangerous and defective products.
Ms. Pang Parra currently leads the Mass Torts, Veterans Law, and Immigration Law divisions at Justinian & Associates PLLC working primarily out of their San Antonio, TX office.
She loves to share her experiences with case and client management and is passionate about providing her clients with unparalleled legal services while growing her multi-faceted and diverse national practice.
To learn more about Justinian & Associates PLLC, please visit www.justinian.com.

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Amber Pang Parra

Ms. Pang Parra represents people nationwide who have been injured by pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices, and dangerous and defective products.
Ms. Pang Parra currently leads the Mass Torts, Veterans Law, and Immigration Law divisions at Justinian & Associates PLLC working primarily out of their San Antonio, TX office.
She loves to share her experiences with case and client management and is passionate about providing her clients with unparalleled legal services while growing her multi-faceted and diverse national practice.
To learn more about Justinian & Associates PLLC, please visit www.justinian.com.

www.justinian.com

Ale Moss

Alessandra Moss is a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu black belt with Clark Gracie, The Gracie Allegiance Headquarters.
Alê started training Jiu-Jitsu in 2011. She was one of the lead female high-level belt athletes representing New Zealand in international competitions.
Before coming to New Zealand in 2013, she won over 30 championships in Brazil, including a world title and a Pan-American title.
In 2017, Alê joined the Gracie Allegiance Academy in San Diego, California, where she leads kids, women, and competition programs.
Alê believes that leading by example is the way to help others. That is how she found her motivation not only to become a high-performance athlete but also to share her journey, courage, and knowledge with others through coaching and teaching.
At the conference, Alê will share her insights and experience developing a professional high-performance mindset and lifestyle.

Read More www.massarb.com

Ale Moss

Alessandra Moss is a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu black belt with Clark Gracie, The Gracie Allegiance Headquarters.
Alê started training Jiu-Jitsu in 2011. She was one of the lead female high-level belt athletes representing New Zealand in international competitions.
Before coming to New Zealand in 2013, she won over 30 championships in Brazil, including a world title and a Pan-American title.
In 2017, Alê joined the Gracie Allegiance Academy in San Diego, California, where she leads kids, women, and competition programs.
Alê believes that leading by example is the way to help others. That is how she found her motivation not only to become a high-performance athlete but also to share her journey, courage, and knowledge with others through coaching and teaching.
At the conference, Alê will share her insights and experience developing a professional high-performance mindset and lifestyle.

www.massarb.com

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