Greg Marshall co-chairs the firm's Financial Services and Commercial Litigation Groups and serves as President of the Phoenix Chapter of the Federal Bar Association (2019-2020). His practice focuses on the defense of banks and lenders. Greg’s clients include national and regional banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders and servicers, credit card issuers, automobile finance servicers, and money transmitters. His practice includes management of regional and national defense programs involving pattern litigation. He has defended clients in a wide variety of litigation and regulatory matters, including qui tam, class action, and multi-district litigation (MDL). Greg has substantial experience litigating claims involving consumer and business deposit accounts, various forms of check fraud and Ponzi schemes, mortgage fraud, and lien priority disputes. He also has substantial experience defending claims arising under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Unfair Debt Collection Practices Act (UDCPA), and state unfair and deceptive acts or practices (UDAP) statutes.
Defended mortgage servicer in putative class action suit challenging property preservation and inspection fees.
Defended national banks and insurers in class action suits under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Defended national bank in putative class action under the Fair Credit Reporting Act challenging certain fee practices.
Defended national bank in aiding and abetting Ponzi scheme case.
Defended mobility manufacturer in antitrust claims against competitor.
Defended and tried bellwether case involving Fair Credit Reporting Act claims against secondary mortgage market participant.
Defended national mortgage servicer against putative class action claims challenging servicing fees.
Defended national banks in pattern qui tam litigation regarding unpaid transfer taxes.
Defended several national mortgage lenders and servicers in MDL litigation involving mortgage origination claims.
Defended mortgage originators and servicers in actions filed by government officials and entities involving mortgage origination practices.
Defended national bank in appeal of precedent setting putative damages award.
Defended and tried case for mortgage lender involving construction loan and allegations of deceptive practices.
Defended and tried bad faith claims on behalf of mortgage servicer and credit life insurer.
Managed regional defense program for mortgage servicer in consumer mortgage cases.
Defended national mortgage lender in putative nationwide class action involving payoff fees.
Defended mortgage lenders and servicers in various federal and state court litigation involving claims arising under the FCRA, FDCPA, RESPA, TILA, and state deceptive and unfair practices claims.
Represented a variety of businesses in general business tort litigation in federal and state courts.