Joseph L. Robbins
Joseph Robbins is an associate in the firm’s Financial Industry, Consumer Financial Services Litigation, and FinTech practices. His nationwide practice focuses on representing and advising financial services companies in regulatory compliance and enforcement matters, government lawsuits, and consumer class actions. He is a co-editor of Goodwin’s Consumer Finance Enforcement Watch blog, co-leads the firm’s “Good Read” elementary school partnership, and was elected to the firm’s Associates Committee. Mr. Robbins is also active in the American Bar Association’s Consumer Financial Services Committee, and serves as Young Lawyer Liaison to its Small Dollar Lending subcommittee.
Mr. Robbins is versed in matters concerning mortgages, student loans, credit cards, personal loans, auto loans, FinTech, fair lending (FHA), TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, MERS, CARD Act, UDAAP, TCPA, HAMP, CRA, HMDA, FIRREA, FCA, GSEs, HUD, fraud, usury and licensing laws, and arbitration. On behalf of a large bank, Mr. Robbins has argued and secured dismissal in federal court and settled cases in federal mandatory mediation. He has also won at trial in landlord-tenant court.
Follow Mr. Robbins on Twitter: @JoeRobbinsEsq.
Fordham University School of Law
(magna cum laude)
The George Washington University
(summa cum laude)