George Smith The Lawyer That Sues Banks
 
I graduated with honors (cum laude) from the University of Toledo College of Law in June, 1978.  I ranked 6th in a class of over 120 law students. 

After graduation I worked at the University of Toledo College of Law Legal Clinic as an attorney/instructor.  

I entered the private practice of law in 1984 and soon began litigating constitutional law and civil rights cases.  Although I maintained a general law practice, my practice was mostly devoted to litigating cases against governmental entities and large corporations.    

From 1999 through April 2007 I worked as a title closing agent then as a loan officer.  I learned how loans are originated, processed and closed and am familiar with all loan products that were offered during the refinance boom.   

In early 2006 I decided to resume the practice of law full time in order to litigate predatory lending cases and help people save their homes from foreclosure.  I have assisted lawyers nationwide in evaluating and litigating truth-in-lending act and mortgage fraud claims.   Since I have returned to the full time practice of law I have devoted my energy almost exclusively to mortgage foreclosure defense and Truth-in-Lending Act litigation. 




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