This conference is hosted by the NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection and the Michigan and Ohio Attorneys General
Learn all about the battle against robocalls! Hosted by NAAG and the attorneys general of Michigan and Ohio, the 2021 Virtual Robocall Summit will be held September 8-9. September 8 is open to the public and includes sessions explaining the robocalling business ecosystem, the industry’s and government’s responses to robocalls, and ideas to make those responses more effective. Discussions will include topics such as call data, technology trends, laws, and cases. Speakers include representatives from industry, government, and other entities dealing with robocall issues. September 9 is open to government staff only.
This program is also supported by the attorney general offices of Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and West Virginia.
Below you will find the general conference agenda for the public day. Please note that it is subject to change as we prepare for the Summit; we plan to keep the website updated with current information.
There is no cost for attorney general staff to attend this conference. Other government employees and the public will be charged a $50.00 registration fee. Early registration is recommended as space is limited. Please contact Carter McCoy at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The registration deadline is Friday, September 3, 2021.
If you have created your NAAG account and do not see the correct pricing listed, please make sure you have entered your organization under your profile. Attorney general staff will need to wait until after your account is verified by your office before being able to register for this event.
NAAG will apply for CLE for attendees eligible under CLE accrediting body guidelines.
The 2021 Robocall Summit is coordinated by the NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection, whose mission is to assist and enable state and territory attorneys general in protecting the public in the areas of consumer protection and charitable asset and entity oversight by providing information, technical assistance, and support; facilitating cooperation among attorney general staff through open dialogue and advanced communication systems; planning, organizing, and conducting training and seminars for the exchange of ideas and information on relevant matters; and promoting the development of effective programs and education for the protection of the public. Please check out the Center’s consumer-facing website at ConsumerResources.org.