Lemon Law 101: Sick of Getting Lemons? We'll Teach You How to Make Lemonade

Wednesday, July 10, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Pacific via ZOOM

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Earn 1 CA CLE Hour

Meet the Speakers

Natan Davoodi


The Law Offices of Natan Davoodi

Yasha Ahoubim

Managing Attorney

Westside Law Group PC


About the Program

Not only is it sour, but owning a defective or malfunctioning car can also be a nightmare. Fortunately, you don't have to be stuck with a lemon. There are state and federal laws that protect consumers from irresponsible or deceptive manufacturers.

This program is a lemon law case study, covering not only the basics of lemon law, but lemon law with a twist of federal statutes and new case law. Our panelists will explore the basics of the Song-Beverly Act, show how the Rodriguez v. FCA case affected their case, and discuss how they adapted by using the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act to ultimately prevail in a jury trial.

This program is presented by the Business Law Section. Find out more at www.bhba.org.

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