So the oddest thing happened the other day.
I had just wrapped up another virtual session when I receive a call. The guy–who will stay nameless– says: “You’re a great speaker Eric and you obviously know a lot about the law. Are you an attorney?”
Am I an attorney?
And that’s when it dawned on me that despite all the incredible traffic this website generates I simply do not promote myself or our team enough. As a result some folks don’t realize I practice in this area and think I’m just a professional blogger. (Keep the snickering to a minimum please.)
Not enough self-promotion. That’s my biggest problem. Too humble. Crippling modesty. Heard it my whole life.
Well that ends right now.
Yes, folks, I am an attorney. I lead what is–in my opinion–easily the most powerful TCPA litigation team in the nation here at Squire Patton Boggs, and certainly one of the most experienced and knowledgeable by any measure. So obviously we handle TCPA class action litigation defense–I have over 200 successful defenses to date as lead counsel*– but we also assist companies big and small (I was going to say “great and small” but all of our clients are great!) with TCPA and TSR compliance, reviewing and drafting policies, performing audits, etc.
Plus we have a hugely powerful consumer privacy team that lives alongside our TCPA practice, meaning that Squire is a one stop shop for consumer privacy litigation of all kinds (FCRA, BIPA, Cal. Penal Code. 632 and the like) plus a brilliant data breach and data privacy practice (CCPA anyone?) that keeps folks out of trouble on the regulatory side as well.
But not only is this team talented, capable and experienced, the Squire TCPA team is DIVERSE (if you’re into that sort of thing) as SPB really puts its money where its mouth is when it comes to recruiting diverse talent. Look at this team. I mean really look at us:
If you want to know more about who we are and what we do check out:
And if you want more info on Squire’s incredible consumer privacy and data security chops check out:
*end of infomercial*
*Past performance not a guarantee of future results. Can’t promise you any particular result in your case, because that would be unethical and would also probably jinx us.