Dennis N. Lueck has spent nearly his entire career working with clients in the financial services industry. He has extensive experience working with the industry’s leading lending, investing and loan servicing institutions.
Dennis has litigated individual class and mass consumer claims arising under federal laws such as the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, as well as state fair lending, collection and deceptive trade practice laws.
Dennis routinely litigates with first chair responsibilities at the trial level and also has extensive appellate experience. In addition, he frequently litigates consumer arbitrations.
Dennis compliments his litigation experience with robust compliance experience. He has counseled clients on responses to requests by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of Comptroller Currency. He has also conducted numerous onsite audits and other related compliance examinations for loan servicers and debt collectors.
Before joining Hinshaw, Dennis was a litigator at the Denver location of a Miami-based law firm. Prior, he was an attorney at a Philadelphia-based firm.
During law school, Dennis served as the Managing Editor of the Villanova Law Review. He was also the research assistant to Professor Anne-Bowen Poulin, a criminal law and evidence professor, and a teaching assistant to Professor Christine Mooney, a legal writing professor.
Professional Affiliations :
- American Bar Association, Consumer Financial Services
- California Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- Mortgage Banking Association
Representative Matters :
- Received significant sanction award for client in defense case where it was discovered the plaintiffs had fabricated and destroyed evidence.
- Secured summary judgment for loan servicer on issue of first impression relating to interpretation of standard form language in client’s loan documents.
- Obtained appellate court reversal of order denying motion to compel arbitration with implications for many of client’s standard form arbitration agreements.
- Revised client’s internal form documents and procedures relating to execution of documents during foreclosure.
- J.D., magna cum laude, Villanova University School of Law, 2006
- B.S., cum laude, Sociology, University of Utah, 2003
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