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Demand Letter Basics: Pre-Litigation through Litigation

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Date Published

November 17, 2020


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


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This webinar focuses on drafting demand letters at each stage of a case, pre-litigation through litigation, detailing the elements each demand letter requires and essential law.

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Megan E Klein, Esq.

Megan E. Klein is the senior litigation attorney at Nguyen Lawyers, ALC in Long Beach, California. She specializes in... Read More

Jon Teller

Jon Teller’s work has led to world-changing results producing over $50 million dollars for his clients. In 2019, after... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Demand Letter Basics: Pre-Litigation through Litigation
Demand Letter Basics: Pre-Litigation through Litigation - Materials
UM/UIM Demand
Declaration of UM/UIM
Arbitration Demand
Demand Example
Settlement Demand Example
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How to Attend

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