Law Office of Arthur D. Levy
A consumer class action attorney based out of San Francisco, Arthur Levy defends California consumers against corporate abuse in financial, insurance, and debt collection transactions. Mr. Levy brings over 30 years of litigation and trial experience to combat corporate and government lawbreaking.
Mr. Levy has successfully pursued large-scale class actions against JP Morgan Chase Bank, Bank of America, Auto Insurance Specialists, Xerox and IKON, among others.
In addition, Mr. Levy provides historic resource defense and advocacy, primarily to established non-profit preservation organizations, to preserve important cultural landmarks and improve the environment. Over the course of his legal career, Mr. Levy has developed a unique legal practice philosophy based on his experience fighting for the underdog, one which he calls YesQuire.
News, Updates & Publications
Court Set to Rule in Favor of CashCall After 13-Day Trial
On January 20, 2022, San Mateo Superior Court Judge Marie Weiner issued a Tentative Decision returning all interest paid by class members. The Court indicated that it would offset borrower payments by the amount of the loan principal ($2,600) and the $75 loan application fee. A formal Statement of Decision is expected in the near future, with a Judgment in favor of the Class to follow.
Court of Appeal upholds $27.5 Million File Against Mercury Insurance for illegal Auto Insurance Charges
The California Court of Appeal upheld the $27.5 million fine issued by the Commissioner Insurance against Mercury's challenge to the fine in Orange County Superior Court. The fine was obtained after over six years of administrative litigation, in which Levy and Consumer Watchdog prevailed against Merucry Insurance Company for allowing Mercury agents to charge California consumers millions in illegal "broker fees" on Mercury car insurance. The appellate court reversed a lower court ruling vacating the fine and reinstated it in full.
CashCall Inc: Lessons in Predatory Lending the "Rent-a-Tribe" Way
What do Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Washington and West Virginia all have in common? None of them are particularly fond of California-based, online lender CashCall, Inc.