Frankie Spero focuses his litigation practice in the areas of complex business, real estate, transportation, and banking litigation. He has advised and represented clients in all phases of litigation in state and federal court, including briefing and arguing dispositive and other critical motions (e.g., Daubert motion), handling injunction and evidentiary hearings, managing e-discovery and document production issues, and serving as counsel in jury and bench trials. He has also handled appeals in both state and federal appellate courts.

Frankie has litigated numerous complex business and commercial disputes involving claims for breach of contract (e.g., purchase and sale agreements, requirements contracts, service agreements, contracts for the sale of goods/UCC), fraud, violation of consumer protection acts, and other business torts. He has also handled a variety of complex real estate litigation matters, including cases involving breach of warranty deed, commercial landlord-tenant disputes, breach of real estate sale agreement, disputes under condominium master deed, compliance of commercial premises with the ADA, and premises liability.  

Frankie’s transportation practice includes cargo damage (Carmack Amendment) and freight charge litigation and negotiating and drafting transportation agreements (e.g., shipper-carrier, broker-carrier agreements).

In addition, Frankie has represented financial institutions and creditors in a wide range of commercial lending litigation matters. He has also represented financial institutions and mortgage companies in defending against an array of state and federal law claims, including wrongful foreclosure, fraud, and violations of RESPA, FDCPA, SCRA, and FCRA.

Frankie also has significant experience in advising and defending corporate and financial institution clients in litigation resulting from garnishments, levies, executions, conditional and scire facias judgments, and motions for charging order.