Effective, Experienced, Exceptional.

Associate

Loren W. Coe

Loren Coe financial services litigation

Loren strives to keep clients happy by maintaining clear lines of communication, offering candid advice, and working hard to achieve success as efficiently as possible.

Mr. Coe’s expertise lies in his ability to formulate creative solutions to complicated problems, particularly in the mediation context.  For those matters that can’t be quickly resolved, Mr. Coe takes an aggressive yet practical approach to litigation with client expectations in mind.  Mr. Coe takes pride in early evaluation of his cases and initiating targeted discovery with the goal of prevailing on summary judgment.  For example, he recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of a lender/servicer client as against the borrower and a third party who sought damages in excess of $2 million.

Mr. Coe is a member of the Financial Services practice group in the Firm’s Irvine office.  He focuses on representing financial institutions in all aspects of litigation, including trial.  He specializes in defending complex individual consumer and class action claims relating to the Mortgage Banking industry, including claims involving traditional real property disputes, wrongful foreclosure, violation of the California Homeowners Bill of Rights, UCL, fraud and other tort claims.  Mr. Coe also regularly represents banks and auto finance companies against claims involving alleged violations of the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act (and its state law corollary, the Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies Act), Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, and other consumer protection statutes.

Mr. Coe recently authored multiple “Mortgage Servicing Compliance 101” courses for a national institute that regularly provides educational opportunities to the mortgage banking industry. He enjoys counseling clients on regulatory issues and how to implement appropriate policies and procedures to minimize risk.

Mr. Coe is the co-chair of the Rule 23 Subcommittee of the American Bar Association Litigation Section’s Class Actions & Derivative Suits Committee.  Outside of work, Loren enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and two kids.

Education

  • University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., 2010
  • University of California, Riverside, B.A., Political Science, 2007

Admissions

  • California