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Consumer Financial Services - Attorney in Charlotte, NC

Troutman Sanders LLP

Charlotte, NC 28202
7w ago


Legal & Regulatory


Less than 5 years

Job Description

The Consumer Financial Services section is seeking an Attorney for the Charlotte office, ideally with 1-2 years of litigation experience. Strong academic and professional credentials required. Candidates must be licensed and in good standing with the North Carolina State Bar. Experience with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and/or admission to other bars a plus.

To apply, submit the online application form by clicking the Apply Online link above and include a resume and a law school transcript. When completing the online application, select "Charlotte" as the "Office," "Specialized Lit. – Consumer Financial Serv." as the "Department" and "Attorney" as the "Position." At Troutman Sanders we believe that our value lies in how our highly skilled and integrated team can use its collective knowledge of your organization and of your markets to help you realize your most important goals. Knowle

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Valid through: 2020-2-22

About Troutman Sanders

Troutman Sanders LLP, founded in 1897, is an international law firm with more than 650 attorneys located in North America and Asia. The firm is organized into over forty areas of legal practice within five sections: Business Law, Energy and Industry Regulation, Finance, Litigation, and Real Estate. Stephen "Steve" E. Lewis is the firms Managing Partner. Carl E. Sanders, the former Governor of Georgia, served as Chairman Emeritus until his death in 2014. In 1897, Troutman Sanders was founded as the private practice of Walter T. Colquitt. Colquitt was well known in Atlanta near the end of the 19th century for his representation of the Georgia Railway and Electric Company, which would later become the Georgia Power Company. In 1930, Colquitt formed a partnership with two brothers, Henry and Robert Troutman, both of whom were well-respected lawyers that had clients, such as Gulf Refining Company, the Georgia Real Estate Commission and the National Surety Company. Additionally, Colquitt had two other attorneys, Robert S. Parker and Preston Stanley Arkwright Jr., join the firm creating Colquitt, Parker, Troutman and Arkwright. For the next thirty years, the firm grew in size, reputation and client base, and went through a few name changes as partnerships were formed and broken. By the late 1960s, the firm was known as Troutman Sams Schroder & Lockerman.
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