I’ve always considered myself a creative problem-solver and I’m driven by getting the best result for my clients. I achieve that in part by being completely transparent and open in my communications with them. While I can never truly place myself in my clients' shoes, there is nothing stopping me from being compassionate, understanding, and, most importantly, honest.
Cole Hodge represents financial services providers including banks, loan servicers, mortgagees, and auto and manufactured housing lenders. He counsels clients in a range of commercial and financial services litigation with a particular focus on lender liability and consumer protection matters. Cole also assists clients with contract, fraud, and shareholder disputes, among others.
In litigation, Cole knows he has to stay a step ahead of the opposition, and he prides himself on spotting issues before they come into focus. He thrives on challenging work that presents unique circumstances and legal issues.
As a law student, Cole served as a Judge Advocate General extern with the United States Air Force, as a judicial extern for the Honorable Bruce Guyton, Chief United States Magistrate for the Eastern District of Tennessee, and a judicial extern with the Civil Division of United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Tennessee. He also worked as a student attorney in the College of Law’s Domestic Violence Legal Clinic.