Keith Anderson has wide-ranging experience across multiple jurisdictions and concentrates his practice on representing financial institutions in the financial services industry, as well as representing employers in employment matters.

His financial services practice includes representing financial institutions, mortgage lenders and servicers, student loan lenders and servicers, auto-finance lenders in defensive litigation throughout the country. Keith has handled causes of action and advised on matters including TILA, RESPA, HOEPA, FDCPA, FCRA, predatory lending, wrongful foreclosure, Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), mortgage-related fees and services, origination, pooling and servicing agreements, deceptive trade practices' claims, loan repurchase disputes, investor disputes, servicing matters, mortgage fraud, lender-placed insurance, Texas home equity loans, class actions, bankruptcy adversary proceedings, student lending compliance, and contentious foreclosure actions.

Keith has extensive experience related to the SCRA in both providing regulatory guidance to clients for compliance and in defending litigated cases.

In his employment practice, he has handled multiple litigated matters under the FLSA, ADA, ADEA, FMLA and claims of discrimination and retaliation, as well as counseling employers on compliance and effective employment policies.

Before joining Bradley, Keith graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy with academic, military, and athletic distinction. He served as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Air Force, where he handled dozens of court-martials and administrative boards as both a prosecuting and defense attorney.

Notable Matters

United States v. Wells Fargo Dealer Services, CV No. 2:16-07336, C.D. Cal
Representation of Wells Fargo in Consent Order with the Department of Justice related to Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and auto repossessions. 

Stevenson v. Home Point Financial Corp., 2:18-cv-10233-KM-SCM, D.N.J. (Oct. 16, 2018)
Obtained early, voluntary dismissal of putative class action for FCRA claims after filing a motion to dismiss. 

Kirby v. Caliber Home Loans, Inc., Civil No. 2:14-cv-01665-TMP, N.D. Ala. (Aug. 23, 2017)
Obtained significant summary judgment decision related to RESPA provision and multiple related claims.

Robert and Elena DeFranceschi v. GMAC Mortgage, LLC, No. 352-247037-10, District Court for the 352nd Judicial District, Tarrant County, Texas (Sept. 29, 2011)
Obtained unanimous jury verdict after three-day trial in wrongful foreclosure case. Plaintiffs sued for fraud, breach of contract, anticipatory breach of contract, gross negligence, bad faith and unfair collection practices.

Murphy v. Bank of America, 2:12-cv-2520-VEH, 2012 WL 5954144, N.D. Ala. (Nov. 28, 2012)
Obtained Rule 12(b)(6) dismissal of SCRA putative class action.