As a member of the firm’s Banking and Financial Services and Cybersecurity and Privacy practice groups, Tyler Samsing assists clients across industries with litigation and compliance needs.
Tyler routinely defends lenders and mortgage servicers in state and federal courts in suits ranging from individual consumer claims to class actions and commercial disputes, including defending Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) disputes, predatory lending claims, mortgage-related fees and servicing issues, and escrow account disputes. He also provides representation for asset-based lending institutions, including drafting and enforcing factoring agreements and related documents, advising on troubled credit situations, and pursuing recovery of secured assets.
He has extensive experience representing corporate clients on a broad spectrum of compliance issues, including analyzing and providing guidance on the applicability of laws, rules, and regulations; monitoring and advising on potential impact of proposed changes; and assisting with the development of policies, procedures and controls to ensure compliance. He also frequently collaborates with business, legal, and other partners to proactively recognize and manage legal, regulatory, and reputational risks and issues by conducting internal investigations and assessments, responding to information requests, and formulating examination strategies.
Tyler also helps clients navigate the increasingly complex data protection landscape arising from emerging technologies. His experience includes developing and revising consumer-facing privacy notices, policies and procedures, and assisting clients with compliance obligations.