Aimee Szygenda advocates for and represents consumer financial service providers, including banks, mortgage servicers, credit card issuers, and third-party debt collectors in claims such as FDCPA, TILA, FCRA, TCPA, and TDCA. Additionally, she defends clients in automotive financing lawsuits under the FTC Holder in Due Course Rule and commercial disputes involving breach of contract, fraud, and identity theft.

Aimee is involved in all aspects of litigation when defending clients against alleged violations of consumer financial statutes such as FDCPA and FCRA. She frequently appears before arbitrators and handles appellate cases at both the state and federal levels.

Professional Affiliations

  • Dallas Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas


  • "Consumer Communications: How to Call, Text, Chat, Email, and Push your Way through the Federal and State Legal Landscape," 2018 Consumer Finance Legal Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2018
  • "A Collection Country Two-Step – Exploring Reasonable Investigations Under FCRA Navigating the Electronic Mail Minefield," ACA International Annual Convention, Nashville, Tennessee, 2018


  • Co-Author, "11th Circuit Analyzes 'Actionable Inaccuracy' under FCRA," ABA Business Law Today, May Month-In-Brief: Business Regulation & Regulated Industries, May 2024


In her spare time, Aimee enjoys playing mixed doubles tennis with her husband and cheering on her sons at their tennis matches and soccer games.

Community/Civic Activities

  • Preston Hollow Presbyterian School, Trustee, 2018 2024


J.D., Baylor University, 2000

B.S., University of Texas at Austin, 1997