About Todd LewisTodd Lewis began his legal career in Florida, where he served as in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 corporation. Upon moving to the Washington DC metro area, Mr. Lewis again worked for a Fortune 500 Corporation, helping to build one of the largest title companies in the world.
Unhappy with the corporate lifestyle and looking to effect change and solve real world problems, in 2004 Mr. Lewis founded The Lewis Law Group, P.C., advising small to medium sized businesses and consumers in financial related matters, civil litigation, and general legal advisement.
As a licensed real estate broker and agent for over a decade and having served as lead counsel on over one billion dollars in real estate related financing, Mr. Lewis is poised to provide a wealth of knowledge to businesses and individual investors in their real estate matters.
As a successful and experienced litigator, Mr. Lewis has tried cases of all types. Mr. Lewis is an articulate negotiator and skilled litigator with an ability to discover critical legal points in complex litigation and help leverage the facts of a case to obtain the client’s objectives.
As a consumer advocate Mr. Lewis has advised consumers and professionals on a range of issues, specifically; fair business practices, bankruptcy, landlord and tenant law, residential real estate matters (ranging from short sale negotiations, loan workouts to purchase negotiations), estate planning and serving as general litigation counsel.
Having started his first business in his early twenties and having come from a long line of entrepreneurs and inventors Mr. Lewis' work product provides an insight to business that most attorney lack. Moreover, having served as legal counsel to two Fortune 500 companies, Mr. Lewis' understanding of business and economics helps to temper his legal analysis and derive a more efficient objective in his pursuit of obtaining a clients' goals.
- Broker Fraud
- Business Law
- Consumer Law
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Law
Additional Practice Areas
- General Civil
- Credit Cards Accepted
- All major credit cards accepted.
- Contingent Fees
- Contingent fees are determined on a case by case basis.
- Free Consultation
- 20 minute consultation provided.
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- Fees and retainers are determined on a case by case basis.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Ohio State University - Columbus||B.A.||Political Science & Philosophy|
|Honors: Honors Program|
|State University of New York - Buffalo||J.D.||Law|
|Activities: Joint masters program of Applied Economics.|
|State University of New York - Buffalo||M.A.||Applied Economics|
|Member, District of Columbia Bar|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Maryland–Debt collectors must be licensed or any judgment obtained will be void!: Court of Special Appeals of ... http://bit.ly/1d4xroy— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) December 30, 2013
Maryland Debt Collection Case-Custodian Records/Amount of Debt: IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF MARYLAND FOR WASHINGT... http://bit.ly/19p3iPL— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) December 27, 2013
New Rule on Duty to Provide Timely Mortgage Payoff Statements: New Rule on Duty to Provide Timely Mortgage Pay... http://bit.ly/1g4E6CY— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) December 26, 2013
Justice Department, Federal and State Partners Secure Record $13 Billion Global Settlement with JPMorgan for M... http://bit.ly/1auRgYA— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) November 20, 2013
IRS Memo pertaining to short sales: SBSE-05-0313-030 (2)The post IRS Memo pertaining to short sales appeared f... http://bit.ly/1dU8MW0— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) November 19, 2013
Did you know that credit reporting agencies have VIP’s?: Credit Error? It Pays to Be On VIP List. – New York T... http://bit.ly/1a6fus0— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) November 13, 2013
Chapter 13 debtors may be required to contribute inheritances received while their plan remains unpaid.: 13102... http://bit.ly/1cO1TVK— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) November 5, 2013
Bank of America Liable for Mortgage “Hustle” Program: For the first time, a major U.S. bank has been found lia... http://bit.ly/1c4lgt9— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) October 25, 2013
Fannie and Freddie are suing foreclosure victims for deficiency judgments!!: Fannie and Freddie on Deficiencie... http://bit.ly/1cWU6YL— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) October 16, 2013
Fannie and Freddie may be going after victims of foreclosures for deficiency judgments!: Fannie and Freddie–De... http://bit.ly/19IAvqg— Todd Lewis (@tllgpc) October 16, 2013