Aside from general commercial litigation, Mr. Spector represented financial institutions in both state and federal courts in a variety of matters, including foreclosures of commercial property and the defense of matters relating to collection practices, credit reporting, and other actions arising out of state and federal statutes.
Born Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1949; admitted to Pennsylvania Bar, 1975, Florida Bar, 1979, Colorado Bar, 1992, Texas Bar, 2009, United States District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania, 1975, Middle District of Florida 1979, U. S. Supreme Court; 1982. Education: New York University, Duquesne University (B. S., Cum Laude, 1972); Duquesne University (J. D., 1975). Member: Hillsborough County Bar Association; The Florida Bar; Commercial Law League of America. National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys. AV® Rating, Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Spector frequently lectured on credit matters for several organizations in the community. He iwas a volunteer attorney for the Guardian Ad Litem program, and has volunteered at Shriner’s Hospital for Children. He is a former board member of the Jewish Community Center.
Duquesne University || BS Educ., JD
Years Attended: 1968-1975