Whether representing clients in insurance or financial services litigation or providing counsel to the cannabis industry, I prioritize clear communication at the beginning of each matter to zero in on the client’s goals in light of the facts at hand. From there, my varied trial and litigation experience affords me the adaptability to craft an effective strategy. Whatever the stakes, I pride myself on synthesizing the issues at play and translating that information—for my client or for the court—to achieve our desired outcome. At the end of the day, forging a human connection is the hallmark of a good attorney, and litigation allows me to do that.
Remington Angelle has a unique litigation practice at the intersection of insurance and financial services. In his insurance practice, Remington works with in-house counsel, adjustors, and investors on first-party property damage matters. He also represents national banks, insurance companies, lenders, and servicers 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.
As a member of McGlinchey’s Cannabis industry group, Remington is intimately familiar with the dynamic legal landscape, trends, and developments in federal and state regulations governing marijuana, CBD, and hemp businesses. He advises cultivators, retailers, manufacturers, processors, distributors, and ancillary businesses working in or considering entering the cannabis industry. Remington assists with licensing and compliance matters and counsels on operational questions related to legality at the state and federal levels. He also handles business and enterprise-level disputes and litigation.