Tammy's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including consumer
finance litigation, class actions, antitrust, and multidistrict litigation.
Tammy has represented numerous clients in the consumer financial services
industry, including consumer financial class action litigation arising out of
the foreclosure crisis. Her experience includes defending class action and
individual claims related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Fair
Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, various state
consumer fraud and unfair business practices statutes, and counseling clients on
compliance with applicable federal and state statutes and regulations.
Tammy also has participated in the handling of antitrust matters in federal
courts and before arbitration tribunals. Her cases have involved price fixing,
market allocation, tying arrangements, cartels, monopolization, attempted
monopolization, Robinson-Patman Act claims, and antitrust conspiracies.
She also has experience in insurer liquidation proceedings, insurance
coverage and defense, director and officer liability, auditor liability, and
bankruptcy preference actions.
Prior to joining McGuireWoods, Tammy was a staff attorney in the Office of
the Special Deputy Receiver for the State of Illinois.