Robyn Quattrone represents a variety of financial services, corporate, and individual clients in class action, complex civil, and individual litigation matters before federal and state courts. As a Partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Buckley Sandler LLP, she handles enforcement matters and regulatory inquiries before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and in administrative proceedings and investigations brought by other federal and state authorities.
Ms. Quattrone conducts internal investigations on behalf of her clients and counsels them on preventive and remedial measures before and after regulatory issues arise. She frequently handles concurrent civil and litigation matters and multiple government investigations.
Ms. Quattrone’s representative litigation matters include:
- Rothstein v. GMAC Mortgage, LLC, No. 14-2250 (2d Cir. 2015): in which the Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the district court’s decision to deny a motion to dismiss, holding that the filed rate doctrine barred all of plaintiffs’ claims
- Gustafson v. BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP (C.D. Cal. 2011): a lender-placed insurance matter where the nationwide class certification sought by plaintiffs was denied
Ms. Quattrone’s representative enforcement matters include:
- Multiple lender-placed insurance entities before multiple state and federal regulatory bodies, including in large-scale document production, testimony, and public hearings with company representative witnesses
- A reverse mortgage lender in a CFPB investigation of its advertising practices
- A student lender in a CFPB investigation of its practices
Ms. Quattrone received her J.D. from New York University and her B. A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Robyn Quattrone spoke at the Conference on Consumer Finance Law on Friday, November 20, 2015 in Chicago, IL. Her panel was titled “Flood/Force Placed Insurance Regulations.” Click here to learn more about this event...Speaking Engagement
Benjamin Olson, Robyn Quattrone, and Michelle Rogers spoke at the Buckley Sandler CFPB Today 2015 conference on Monday, October 26, 2015 in Washington, DC. Their panel was titled “Mortgage Servicing.”Speaking Engagement
Robyn Quattrone spoke at ACI’s 4th Mortgage Servicing Compliance Conference on June 26, 2015 in Dallas, TX. Her panel was titled, “Lender-Placed Insurance and Changing Industry Practices: Managing Regulatory Risk, What Servicers Can Lawfully Do in LPI Programs, and Factoring in the Latest LPI...Speaking Engagement
Buckley Sandler LLP hosted its second annual CFPB Today conference in Washington, DC October 25-26, 2015. The two-day event featured an evening of interactive roundtable discussions on CFPB trends, followed by a full day of seminars and breakout sessions. The roundtables and seminars were led by...Press Releases
Buckley Sandler is the recipient of two 2015 Outstanding Achievement Awards from the Washington Lawyers’ Committee (WLC). These awards were presented in recognition of the firm’s work with the WLC’s Fair Housing Project on Jeter v. Cash and Jenkins v. UFR and the report, “Protecting Civil Rights in...Press Releases
On May 16, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion vacating the Ninth Circuit’s 2014 ruling that a plaintiff had standing under Article III of the Constitution to sue an alleged consumer reporting agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), for alleged procedural violations...Articles
In recent years, LPI has been the subject of significant New York state regulatory action resulting in consent decrees prohibiting certain practices that were alleged to raise insurance rates. Similar federal action on behalf of GSEs may be forthcoming in 2016. In private litigation, LPI defendants...Articles
Litigation and regulatory scrutiny surrounding lender-placed insurance (“LPI”) practices, initiated in large part on the heels of the mortgage crisis, continues to simmer. While the largest LPI class actions have settled, litigation continues as objectors appeal the fairness of such settlements and...Articles
The Class Action Fairness Act was designed, at least in part, to allow defendants to remove to federal court class actions strategically filed by plaintiffs in sympathetic state court jurisdictions. This newfound ability for defendants to have a say in which venue hears their case fundamentally...Articles
- J.D., New York University, 1998
- B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1995 (cum laude)
- District of Columbia