Abigail Storm assists clients with compliance and litigation matters including federal and state consumer protection and consumer finance litigation in bankruptcy and federal courts.
Abigail counsels financial institutions on compliance and litigation matters including federal and state consumer protection and consumer finance litigation in bankruptcy and federal courts.
Abigail also has experience assisting multiple banks and mortgage companies in preparing for regulatory examinations by performing audits of their origination and servicing practices, policies, and procedures.
She has also represented clients in landlord-tenant disputes. In addition, Abigail maintains an active pro bono practice.
- Advised national mortgage servicer in Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act litigation matters.
- Advised auto lending, mortgage lending, and credit card issuing financial institutions on compliance and litigation matters with the Bankruptcy Code, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Truth in Lending Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, and other consumer compliance statutes.
- Advised student loan institution on compliance with federal Truth in Lending Act and related state statutes.
- Represented various financial institutions and entities in bankruptcy litigation matters including preference claims, turnover actions, fraudulent conveyance and transfer claims, and other insolvency disputes.
- JD, Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, cum laude, Editor in Chief for the SMU Law Review Journal of Air Law and Commerce, The Order of Barristers, 2017
- BA, The University of Texas, Government, BA, History, ampla cum laude, University of Texas, 2013
- Member, American Institute of Legal Advocates
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