Advocating consumer rights for over 30 years, Cary L. Flitter is a law professor, author and media consultant who has dedicated his practice to representing consumers against debt collectors, finance companies, repossession agents, lenders and credit reporting agencies. Cary regularly trains other lawyers in the specialized area of consumer rights.
Cary and the firm have brought over a dozen consumer class actions against banks and credit unions challenging their vehicle repossession practices. Some of these cases have made new law, or extended existing law, in a positive way for borrowers who have suffered a repossession in many of the 50 states.
Cary serves on the adjunct faculty at Temple University's James E. Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, PA, and at Delaware Law School of Widener University in Wilmington, DE, where he teaches Consumer Law and Litigation, including class action practice.
Cary is a contributing author to Pennsylvania Consumer Law, the leading legal treatise in Pennsylvania on consumer law issues, and Consumer Class Actions published by the National Consumer Law Center in Boston. He has published articles in national, regional and local publications, and presented continuing eduction programs on consumer credit protection for lawyer and lay audiences.
Cary is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, an organization that works towards protecting the rights of consumers, particularly those of modest means. He was named Consumer Advocate of the Year by NACA in 2014.
Cary is a Philadelphia native and graduate from Philadelphia's distinguished Central High School (231). He received his bachelor's degree in Finance from Philadelphia University, and his law degree from Delaware Law School of Widener University. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and the renowned Trial Lawyers College.
Cary is an active member in the Montgomery Bar Association where he has served on the Board of Directors and has co-chaired the Federal Courts Committee regularly since 2000.