Brent Reitter defends the interests of his clients in civil litigation, focusing primarily on matters impacting the financial services and insurance industries, as well as copyright and trademark, and commercial entities. He frequently advises businesses, insurance companies, tech/gig economy entities, start-ups, and financial services companies how to navigate complex federal and state litigations.
Brent has worked extensively with mortgage lenders, servicers, and investors to successfully resolving mortgage fraud and predatory lending disputes. He has also handled state and federal consumer protection statues and claims, including class action defense of Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA); Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA); and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) violations.
A seasoned litigator, Brent is committed to ensuring his clients are informed throughout the process—from a case's inception to its resolution. His background further includes counseling insurance companies, insureds, corporations, and individuals in copyright actions, and personal injury and product liability actions.
Brent has practiced with firms throughout the New York metropolitan area. Prior to joining Hinshaw, he practiced at a commercial litigation boutique specializing in high-exposure business disputes. While there, he also assisted with complex employment-related litigation, including wrongful termination claims, partnership disputes, and first amendment issues involving political action committees (PACs).
- Contributor to Alexandre Montagu, "Intellectual Property: Tectonic Shifts in the Legal Landscape, Journal of Technology Law & Policy," University of Florida Journal of Technology Law & Policy
- Contributor to Isaac Oliver and Veronika Bachmann, "The Book of Jubilees: An Annotated Bibliography from the First German Translation of 1850 to the Enoch Seminar of 2007," Henoch Journal
Consumer Crossroads: Where Financial Services and Litigation Intersect
J.D., New York Law School, 2010
B.A., The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, 2007
- New York
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York