As a seasoned litigator, Aaron Wagner focuses on the representation of banks, lenders, servicers and investors in complex business-related and financial services litigation involving all types of disputes. He has defended a multitude of large international manufacturers, banks, loan servicers and other entities against consumer finance and other commercial and product liability matters. Aaron's experience includes jury and non-jury trials in the following areas:
- Cases arising under various federal consumer protection statutes including the FDCPA, RESPA, TILA, TCPA, SCRA, and FCRA and analogous state statutes
- Claims for breach of contract, wrongful foreclosure, torts, unfair or deceptive acts or practices, constitutional violations in both state and federal courts
- Homeowner association foreclosures, securitization challenges, and other issues related to enforcement of security instruments
Aaron also has extensive experience serving as a first chair litigator in numerous class action lawsuits, focusing on those actions affecting the financial services industry. He has litigated class actions in numerous courts around the nation, including state and federal courts in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, and Washington. His class actions experience encompasses a number of service areas and statutes, including the FDCPA, FCRA, TILA, SCRA, RESPA, and numerous state consumer protection statutes, as well as, defense of major manufacturers and lenders against other common law tort and contract claims.
Aaron is well-known as an aggressive litigator who consistently delivers excellent results for clients while keeping their business interests at the forefront of all matters.
A graduate of West Point, Aaron served honorably in the U.S. Army as a pilot and a lawyer for 20 years, earning numerous awards and commendations. After graduating first in his class from Texas Tech School of Law, Aaron returned to the Army and gained invaluable experience as a litigator and attorney advisor for some of the Army’s most senior officials. While serving in Afghanistan, he advised the Senior U.S. Commander of all NATO Training Operations in the theater on administrative law and international legal matters pertaining to U.S. and Allied operations. Aaron earned a Bronze Star for his service in Afghanistan.