I thrive on connecting with my clients and prioritize clear communication from the beginning of each matter. Some clients want you to fix their problem and call them when it’s done, and others seek involvement throughout each step of the process. My varied trial and litigation experience affords me the adaptability to craft a strategy that meets the unique goals for each client and matter. Whatever the stakes, I pride myself on synthesizing the issues at hand and translating that information – for my client or for the court – to achieve our desired outcome.
Remington Angelle practices in the firm’s commercial litigation group with a focus on consumer financial services litigation. He represents clients including national banks, insurance companies, lenders, and others in matters arising under statutes such as the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA)/ Regulation Z, and Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), and related state laws.
Remington has litigated in state and federal courts with experience ranging from depositions and hearings to trial to mediation. During law school, Remington served as an extern for the Honorable Judge John W. deGravelles in the Middle District of Louisiana.
Skilled at building a rapport with clients, Remington easily interprets their goals, streamlines complicated issues, and “cuts to the chase” – protecting clients’ valuable time and money. He values the opportunity litigation affords to create a human connection and considers that the hallmark of a good attorney.