Trending Consumer: Demand Letters in Florida

Nov 30th,  03:00 EST, via Zoom

Car Dealers

Welcome to our Webinar

In today's ever-evolving legal landscape, staying informed about trending consumer demand letters is crucial for businesses operating in Florida. Join us for an enlightening webinar where legal experts, including attorney Ejola Cook, Esq from Auto Legal Group Florida, renowned for their dedication to protecting businesses, will share essential insights and strategies to navigate this complex terrain. 

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Ejola Cook, Esq

Managing Partner at Auto Legal Group Florida

Ms. Cook, Esq, has spent most of the past two decades representing automobile dealers. Most recently, she was the Vice President and Chief Legal Officer for Off Lease Only LLC, one of the largest privately-owned independent dealerships in the United States, having sold over 47,000 vehicles in 2019. Prior to that, Ms. Cook oversaw complex commercial litigation, consumer, and intellectual property cases. Ms. Cook has streamlined legal and compliance processes within dealerships and established strong working relationships with state and local regulators. She is also currently the Executive Director for the Florida Independent Dealer Association, and the Compliance advisor to the Florida RV Trade Association. Ms. Cook regularly speaks across the country on issues related to the auto industry.

Time is Crucial

1. Where do Customer Complaints start?

Ejola Cook

Auto Legal Group Florida

Notice of Revocation of Acceptance - Florida Statute Chapter 501 - Demand for Recission

2. Legal Demand Letters

Look Out for the New Claim

3. The Golden Ticket


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