As a member of the firm’s Financial Services Litigation, Regulation and Enforcement Group, Brian Frontino handles complex litigation for companies facing consumer complaints and class actions. He has defended and settled through sophisticated settlement structures, hundreds of actions, addressing the entire gambit of consumer claims.
Brian frequently is called upon to develop overall strategies for fending off high volume filers of consumer claims. Brian also regularly counsels clients on innovative ways to comply with state and federal laws relating to privacy, debt collection, credit reporting, data security, military lending, unfair business practices and other consumer protection statutes.
Brian’s clients include consumer banks, credit card issuers, credit reporting agencies, residential lenders, automobile finance companies, student lending companies, payment processors, investment banks, e-commerce companies, collection agencies and insurance companies. He frequently appears in state and federal courts throughout the country, at both the trial and appellate levels.
Aside from defending against consumer claims, Brian strongly believes in the importance of pro bono work and has dedicated his time advocating for disadvantaged children. In one matter, he helped a child obtain proper public school services the child had been denied due to his physical size and mental health conditions.
In addition to obtaining those withheld services for the child, Brian obtained a $10,000 attorneys’ fee award, which Stroock donated to its co-counsel in the case, the Alliance for Children’s Rights.
- J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2002
- B.A., Loyola Marymount University, 1997
Memberships : Member, Association of Business Trial Lawyers
Selected Activities : Judge, National Civil Trial Competition for American Bar Association law schools
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