Justin represents various financial institutions against borrowers and insureds in most financially related disputes as well as insurance companies that have been sued in contract disputes, bad faith actions, fraud and other disputes.
Typically, he represents financial institutions in lawsuits involving the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the FTC Holder Rule, Telephone Consumer Protection Act and alleged violations of state and federal law involving banks, credit card companies, insurance companies, mortgage and automobile lending institutions and servicers. Justin also has experience with complex business litigation involving disputes with significant risk and damages, with a particular emphasis on class action litigation involving corporations and financial institutions.
Justin began practicing law in 2008 in the firm’s corporate section. After dabbling in a few litigation matters for several years, he decided to fully switch into the firm’s litigation section in 2011. In the litigation section, Justin represents various financial institutions, insurance companies and many other commercial clients in a wide variety of litigation matters.
Justin is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is an avid Penguins, Steelers, and Pirates fan.