Bar Admissions: New York 1980 Southern District of New York 1980 Eastern District of... more
Bar Admissions: New York 1980 Southern District of New York 1980 Eastern District of New York 1980 Second Circuit Court of Appeals 1990 Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals 2000 United States Supreme Court 1994 Assistant Attorney General, Bureau of Consumer Frauds and Protection 1980-84 Senior Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society, Civil Division 1984-89 Private Practice s... view profile
Daniel Schlanger heads the consumer law practice at Schlanger Schlanger, LLP. Dan... more
Daniel Schlanger heads the consumer law practice at Schlanger Schlanger, LLP. Dan joined Schlanger Schlanger, LLP in 2007 after working as a staff attorney at Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, where he was a member of the Consumer Law unit. Dan received his law degree from Harvard Law School, cum laude, in 2004. Following graduation, Dan clerked for the Hon. R. Lanier Anderson, III on the Unite... view profile
If you discover your credit card was used to buy things without your knowledge or consent, you may benefit from the services of a credit card fraud attorney. Since credit card fraudsters are often very sneaky, it can be difficult to know when your card is being misused. Usually you are responsible for only $50 of the purchases made before you report your card lost or stolen. After you report the card lost or stolen, credit card fraud laws apply and you are not responsible for any more losses. If your credit card company wants you to pay for stolen card charges, a credit card fraud lawyer can help you.