Highly regarded by the Bar
Flitter Milz is asked often to work with law firms from around the country. Our attorneys act regularly as co-counsel or as local counsel, in individual or class action cases, in the federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Respected by the Bench
Out of state firms, or local firms who practice mostly in state court, want a firm like Flitter Milz who is totally comfortable in the intricacies of local federal court practice. Experienced lawyers know that this matters.
Flitter Milz is often asked by lawyers in other disciplines to accept referrals. Frequently, the complex web of consumer law and regulations intersects with other practice areas and specialized expertise is required.
Credit Reporting - Repossession - Debt - Consumer Fraud
People in the middle of a divorce, recovering from an injury, or suffering from a job loss, illness are under tremendous stress. Often, the emotional stress coincides with the inability to pay the bills. And when payments are missed, collectors step in, cars are repossessed, and credit scores drop. The remedies provided in the state and federal consumer laws can offer relief for your clients -- without the need to file for bankruptcy.
Flitter Milz can take over a consumer law problem, at no cost to the consumer, and do affirmative plaintiff litigation -- not just play defense.
Your clients always remain your clients when our case is over. We have referral arrangements with law firms and legal aid offices all over. Let us work for you, and your client.
Linking Consumer Law
and Your Practice Area
Cary Flitter has served as chair of the federal court practice committee of the Montgomery Bar Association for 17 of the past 20 years. He has been before every sitting judge, has presented CLE programs on federal practice with many of the district court judges, and teaches federal civil procedure as part of the consumer law curriculum at Widener University-Delaware Law School and Temple University Beasley School of Law. Our class action lawsuits have designated over $2M in cy pres funds to Legal Aid Programs.
Whether you wish to refer a matter or ask us to co-counsel, we welcome your questions about consumer law. The opportunity to provide a consumer law solution to your client's problems may open an avenue for additional relief in their time of need.