Stephen Parsley represents mortgage servicers and other financial institutions in litigation and compliance-related matters. Recently, his practice focuses mainly on appellate strategy and briefing for mortgage servicers in cases claiming that a homeowners association’s foreclosure of its super-priority lien can extinguish senior mortgages. He also has extensive involvement in litigation and compliance advice for reverse mortgage lenders.

Stephen has experience in commercial, intellectual property and product liability matters for a range of clients, including pharmaceutical, medical, industrial, and consumer manufacturers.

Stephen strives to keep the big picture in view for his clients. He prioritizes not only winning individual cases, but understanding the broader issues at stake in order to reach the best possible resolution from a business perspective.

Before joining the firm’s Birmingham office, Stephen clerked with Judge Virginia Emerson Hopkins of the Northern District of Alabama. He is licensed in both Florida and Alabama. Stephen has litigated cases in federal and state courts in Alabama, Indiana, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, and Utah, and the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fifth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Circuits.