I am a competitive person and I strive to achieve successful results for my clients. This means taking an aggressive posture from the outset of the litigation, working together with my clients to assess their priorities and goals, and then implementing an effective litigation strategy that is supported by sound legal research.
Dennis Amore is a Bankruptcy and Litigation Associate in our Consumer Financial Services Litigation practice group. Based in our New York City office, Dennis represents clients in complex litigation matters primarily in the consumer finance space. Dennis represents institutional lenders, servicers, and investors in highly litigated matters in the state and federal courts.
Dennis also regularly defends claims involving alleged violations of federal statutes, including Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), and Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA), amongst others. He also represents clients in matters before the federal bankruptcy courts, including adversary proceedings.
For Dennis, litigation is all about balance. Dennis believes in employing an aggressive litigation strategy, while simultaneously remaining open to opportunities to resolve the litigation in an efficient and expedient manner that is consistent with his client’s goals.
For Dennis, it is important to take an aggressive posture at the inception of the litigation to place his clients in an advantageous position both procedurally and as leverage in instances where settlement may benefit his clients. From the beginning to the end, Dennis’s work is powered by careful, exhaustive research, which Dennis considers to be the foundation for developing an effective litigation strategy. Dennis also believes that communication with his clients is essential to achieving results that meet his client’s goals and expectations.