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The firm's founder, Attorney David C. Crossley has also provided legal services to Japanese law firms, and Japanese legal professionals and businesses, such as: Hitachi Co. Ltd., the Central Bank of Japan, Kanagawa University, Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd., and Quintiles Transnational.
He has been privileged to work as trial counsel in a variety of cases, such as representation of corporate clients in class-action defense litigation before the state and federal courts, consulting in a multi-million dollar securities claims against U.S. Securities brokerages and representation of clients in commercial litigation.
Prior to founding the Crossley Law Offices, Attorney Crossley worked as in-House Counsel and supervising attorney for the 14th largest consumer debt collection law firm in the United States where he was primarily responsible for handling the defense of complex class actions brought against the collection law firm throughout the United States. He successfully defended 100% of these cases from reaching class certification. These actions typically focused on alleged violations of state and federal debt collection laws, consumer protection statutes and consumer finance statutes.
Before that, Attorney Crossley worked as a law clerk and then Associate Attorney for the Boston based law firm LAWSON & WEITZEN, LLP. While with that firm he was primarily responsible for commercial litigation, family law, securities arbitration, personal injury and medical malpractice actions.
Attorney Crossley is proficient in Japanese and has developed a 20 week course on USA law for the Jikei Group of Colleges/ILC in Tokyo, Japan, which is taught to Japanese lawyers and legal professionals with law firms such as Allen & Overy, CAST Itoga Law, P.C., and Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, and with companies such as Hitachi Co. Ltd., Kirin Holdings Company, Ltd., Asahi Breweries, Ltd., the Japanese business newspaper Nikkei, Metal One and ABeam Consulting.
Attorney Crossley is the author of two books:
Fair Debt Risk Management in the Collections Industry, (2003).
Guide to U.S. law for the Japanese Legal Professional, Jikei Gakuin Press (2007).