Through his more than 25 years of in-house and private practice experience, John C. Redding has been able to form close working relationships with clients and develop a reputation for providing practical solutions to complex challenges. A Partner in Buckley LLP’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices, Mr. Redding spearheads the firm’s Auto Finance practice and assists a variety of consumer lenders, banks, and other financial services industry participants in addressing legal and business challenges in an efficient and collegial manner.
With obvious strengths in auto lending and debt collection based on more than two decades in those fields, Mr. Redding’s practice features a strong broad-based background in all aspects of consumer financial services. He regularly advises banks, auto finance companies, market place lenders and other technology companies, mortgage originators and servicers, and debt purchasers and collectors on regulatory and compliance matters involving the Dodd-Frank Act and the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, Federal Trade Commission, and other state and federal matters. He also represents financial institutions in state attorneys general investigations.
Member of the American Bar Association’s Consumer Financial Services Committee, and is the current Chair of the Personal Property Finance Subcommittee; member of the American Financial Services Association’s Law Committee, State Governmental Affairs Committee, and the Operations and Regulatory Compliance Committee
J.D., Southwestern School of Law; M.B.A., San Diego State University; B.S., Marquette University