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Mark I. Wraight

Mark Wraight financial services litigation

Mark Wraight is the Chair of the Financial Services Practice Group and a member of Severson & Werson’s Executive Committee. He is an experienced trial attorney with expertise representing large institutional clients and emerging technology-focused companies in the financial services industry.

Mr. Wraight’s practice focuses primarily on defending financial institutions in single-plaintiff lawsuits and consumer class actions. He has represented his clients in a broad range of litigated matters. In particular, Mr. Wraight specializes in resolving disputes arising under Divisions 3, 4, and 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (Reg E), Expedited Funds Availability Act (Reg CC), Bank Secrecy Act, FCRA, RFDCPA, FDCPA, RESPA (Reg X), TILA (Reg Z), and UDA(A)P Claims.

Mr. Wraight approaches his cases as a problem solver. But he understands that not all cases can be solved through a negotiated settlement. And not all cases lend themselves to dismissal through dispositive motions. Sometimes a trial is the solution. Mr. Wraight has significant experience trying cases as lead counsel. He has achieved numerous verdicts for his clients in front of juries, judges, and private arbitrators.

To stay current on issues affecting his clients, Mr. Wraight participates in the San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association, Western Bankers Association, and the American Bankers Association. He has presented and published articles on developing legal trends and issues relevant to financial services companies.

Education

  • UCLA School of Law, J.D., 2003
  • Vassar College, B.A., 2000
  • London School of Economics, 1998

Admissions

  • California

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