Kevin Hudspeth is a consumer financial services attorney with substantial litigation experience in federal and state courts across the country, predominantly related to consumer protection claims, real estate issues, commercial business disputes, Uniform Commercial Code litigation, loan repurchase litigation, and contested foreclosures. He has handled and overseen cases at all levels, including federal appeals, class action lawsuits, and complicated trial level matters involving complex facts or difficult legal questions. He has also drafted amicus briefs for industry trade associations filed in the United States Supreme Court and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Kevin previously served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Office of the Illinois Attorney General, where he litigated actions arising under the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, the Illinois Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act, the Illinois Securities Law, and other related statutes. He also drafted recommendations for policy positions on proposed legislation relating to consumer issues.
Kevin has taught legal research and writing as an Adjunct Professor with Loyola University Chicago School of Law and has published articles in academic and trade journals on a diverse range of topics impacting the consumer lending industry, including issues related to the transfer and enforcement of promissory notes, procedural and evidentiary problems presented in contested mortgage foreclosure cases, substantive law impacting bankruptcy administration, and related matters.
Kevin is admitted to practice law in the States of Illinois and Ohio, and he has represented clients pro hac vice at trial and appellate level jurisdictions throughout the country.