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Erin focuses her litigation practice on defending financial institutions against class actions and individual claims involving loan origination, servicing, and investments. This includes lawsuits brought under federal statutes — RESPA, TILA, FCRA, FDCPA, TCPA, EFTA, and UDAAP — as well as state-specific fair lending, collections, and deceptive trade practice laws. Erin also has significant experience resolving property title, transfer, and lien priority disputes for her clients. Her in-depth understanding of the financial services industry gives her a unique advantage in prosecuting and defending high-stakes deceptive business practices claims, such as trade secret misappropriation and Sherman Act violations.

The Arizona Supreme Court just issued a significant and favorable foreclosure statute of limitations decision in Bridges v. Nationstar Mortgage LLC, — P.3d —, 2022 WL 3905320. It held that recording a notice of trustee’s sale does not evidence a debt’s acceleration. The opinion is significant because borrowers in Arizona routinely argue that recording