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R Frank Springfield

Frank Springfield

PH: (205) 458-5187
Fax: (205) 244-5707
Email: Frank
PH: (205) 458-5257
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Frank is a partner in the firm's Financial Services section, where his practice concentrates on consumer financial services litigation.

Frank’s representation of clients in the financial services industry includes the defense of both individual and class/mass actions, ranging from state common law and statutory claims, including claims for fraud and identity theft, to claims for alleged violations of federal statutes, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and the Truth In Lending Act. Frank also represents asset-based lendors/lessors involved in intercreditor disputes and collateral recovery issues. Frank has extensive experience enforcing arbitration provisions and has arbitrated numerous consumer finance cases before American Arbitration Association and JAMS. Frank also has experience representing property, health, disability and life insurance companies in disputes with insureds and third-party litigants and defending claims against assur...

What is your favorite thing about the law?
No two days are ever the same and having the opportunity to always meet new people.

What are your hobbies?
Most of my free time is spent with my wife and our four children. I also enjoy following sports, particularly college football, playing golf and fishing.

What was your first job?
In the 8th grade, I started my own lawn service business with a good friend in the neighborhood. Because we were not old enough to drive, we started out cutting lawns within walking distance of our homes. Once we were able to drive, our business expanded and we were able to operate our business until we graduated from high school.

What advice would you give a law student?
Do not take yourself too seriously and make sure that you study hard your first semester of law school.


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