Chad Fuller, Esq. is a partner in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services practice with a primary focus in Financial Services Litigation. He is an accomplished trial attorney who has served as lead counsel in state and federal courts across the country in which he represents clients in consumer class actions and general business litigation.
Chad devotes his practice to representing businesses who are interested in ensuring compliance with an array of growing laws in the consumer financial services fields. He concentrates his practice on the many “alphabet soup” federal consumer protection statutes such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). In particular, Chad is one of the few attorneys in the country that tries TCPA cases to verdict. He has managed hundreds of TCPA lawsuits in trial, mediation, and settlements. He also has substantial experience defending major consumer class action litigation in cases alleging false advertising and product defects, as well as cases alleging inappropriate charging of fees and services by a variety of businesses, including computer, software, telecommunications, home warranty, insurance brokerage, and auto finance companies. He also has experience defending privacy and security litigation and associated regulatory issues.
Virginia Flynn, Esq. is a partner in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services practice and specifically within the Financial Services Litigation practice. She represents clients in federal and state court, both at the trial and appellate level in the areas of complex litigation and business disputes, financial services litigation, and consumer litigation in over 21 states nationwide.
As a result of new legal developments in the financial services industry, she increasingly counsels clients to ensure they comply with the myriad of growing laws in the consumer law and financial services fields, with a particular emphasis on the many “alphabet soup” federal consumer protection statutes including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”), Regulation Z (“Reg Z”) and the Electronic Funds Transfer Act (“EFTA”), as well as the impact of Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on the consumer protection landscape.
Virginia provides ongoing analysis and commentary on developments in the consumer financial services industry, with a focus on regulatory developments, through the Consumer Financial Services Law Monitor blog at cfslawmonitor.com.