Mr. Huffaker joined the Firm in 1999, after graduating from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Chemical Engineering, and from the University of Alabama School of Law where he served on the Alabama Law Review.
He has litigated a wide variety of civil cases with an emphasis in defending complex commercial, product and lender liability lawsuits, and professional malpractice claims. His experience in this area includes litigation of individual cases and mass tort and class action litigation, both at the local and national level.
Mr. Huffaker regularly defends attorneys against claims of professional negligence, and financial institutions in state and federal court against a variety of legal theories, including wrongful foreclosure, breach of contract, fraud and violations of the FDCPA, FCRA, TILA, Regulation Z, CFPB regulations, and bankruptcy stay/discharge.
He also is retained to assist insureds and insurance companies with guidance and representation in insurance coverage disputes. Moreover, being based in Montgomery, Alabama, he is regularly appointed as a Deputy Attorney General by the State of Alabama to represent its interests in a variety of litigation, including contract and Title VII actions.
Mr. Huffaker has managed attorneys in other states handling complex litigation for clients nationwide. He has directly handled complex litigation as counsel in federal or state cases in Alabama, Florida, New Jersey, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi and Washington.