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Cary Flitter was interviewed on Next Lawyer Up, a podcast that features discussions with consumer lawyers across the country. Led by Ron Sykstus, partner with the prominent Alabama bankruptcy firm Bond & Botes, P.C., Cary was asked to discuss his background as a born and bred Philadelphian and graduate of Central High School (231), what drove him to become an attorney, and how he chose to develop a practice in consumer protection law.
Ron met Cary several years ago at a national consumer law conference where Cary spoke on consumer law issues. Ron found him to be a very engaging speaker. He liked Cary’s straightforward speaking style and ability to explain complex legal issues in a simple and understandable fashion.
Cary is regarded as a well-respected consumer law attorney whose advice and counsel is sought nationwide. He has been advocating for consumer rights for over 30 years. Building a practice around litigating cases on behalf of consumers against debt collectors, banks and finance companies, insurance companies, car dealers and credit reporting agencies, Cary has been recognized for litigating cases that have broken new ground, helped to shape the law itself and set precedent for future legal decisions.
Cary’s firm, Flitter Milz, P.C., is based in the suburban Philadelphia town of Narberth, with offices in Northeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He represents clients as individuals and class actions in consumer lending, unfair debt collection, vehicle financing and leasing overcharges, wrongful car repossessions, credit reporting, credit privacy, unwanted “robo” calls and other consumer cases.
Cary currently serves on the adjunct faculty at Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law and Delaware Law School of Widener University where he teaches Consumer Law & Litigation. He has accepted invitations to guest lecture on consumer law topics at Harvard Law School, University of Pennsylvania School of Law, and many other venues.
Cary is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates and regularly presents at seminars around the country to train fellow lawyers and law students on developments and strategies in consumer law. As an author, Cary has contributed to Pennsylvania Consumer Law, the leading legal treatise in Pennsylvania on consumer law issues, and Consumer Class Actions published by the National Consumer Law Center in Boston.