With a banking practice that primarily focuses on representing a variety of financial institutions in litigation involving creditors’ rights, Aaron White Jr. has considerable experience defending clients in consumer financial services litigation, as well.
Aaron’s clients seek his advice on compliance and risk management issues. He is able to aid his clients based on several years of experience representing clients in litigation concerning residential and commercial foreclosures, collections, breach of contract, security interests under the UCC, evictions, eminent domain and liquidation of collateral securing SBA-backed loans.
Additionally, Aaron stands out due to his personable nature, and many of his client relationships have spanned for years. He believes that establishing personal relationships with his clients is essential in order to plan and execute long-term strategies tailored to meet their business goals. His determination to see the “big picture” on a variety of banking issues ultimately helps his clients, and they value the assurance Aaron provides that their objectives are always at the forefront of his mind.
Aside from establishing himself as a respected banking attorney, Aaron’s exceptional writing skills earned him an award in The Intellectual Property Law Review’s 2009 Annual Student Intellectual Property Writing Competition. For the second consecutive year he has served on the firm's Diversity & Inclusion Council.
Whenever he has a spare moment, Aaron actively seeks out opportunities to learn something new in his law career, especially since the law is ever-evolving, and thus it is imperative that he stay up-to-date on new laws and the changes within them. He routinely continues to expand his legal knowledge through studying new court decisions, attending bar association committee meetings and exchanging ideas with his colleagues.
In his free time, Aaron enjoys playing the clarinet, listening to opera, reading historical fiction, traveling with his husband and exercising and playing with his dog, Joey.