For over 20 years, Dave Maxfield has represented individual consumers in cases against banks, credit reporting agencies, debt collectors and insurance companies. He has obtained one of the highest punitive damage verdicts in America against a creditor in a credit reporting case, and has secured numerous significant recoveries on behalf of consumers in individual cases. Dave is the three-time Chairman of the Consumer Law section of the South Carolina Bar and a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) and Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA). He is the President of the Richland County Bar Association, the largest county bar association in South Carolina with over 1900 members. Dave has taught more than 50 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs to other lawyers, and speaks regularly in the media and to law students on issues affecting consumers. In addition to speaking on consumer law issues, he frequently trains other lawyers on the use of technology, and was a speaker at the American Bar Association’s National Techshow in Chicago in 2011, 2012 and 2013. He has also trained law students at the University of Colorado, UCLA, William & Mary, and Harvard Law School on technology use. Articles by and about him have appeared in South Carolina Lawyer Magazine, ABA Magazine, and Lawyer’s Weekly newspaper. He is currently authoring a book tentatively titled “The Lean Law Firm,” scheduled to be published by the American Bar Association (ABA) in 2017.
Larry Port and Dave Maxfield, authors of The Lean Law Firm, talk about running a lean law firm and the first steps to adopting lean techniques.
Lawyers/authors Larry Port, Zachary Bambacht, Maria Barbera, Tom Mighell, Dennis Kennedy, and Dave Maxfield discuss their books and how they have balanced their writing process with their full-time careers.
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