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About Amy Clark Kleinpeter

Amy Kleinpeter

Amy Clark Kleinpeter began her law career with two goals – fighting injustice and providing the highest quality work to her clients. Amy now focuses her practice on civil litigation and personal bankruptcy, counseling clients who are looking for a fresh economic start, out from under the heavy encumbrance of debt-collectors. Amy has honed her skills and proficiency in both bankruptcy and litigation with extensive experience in pretrial advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, and jury trials. She has also provided pro bono advice at the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Clinic at the Free Legal Clinic of Los Angeles.

Amy Kleinpeter reviews with each bankruptcy client any potential harassment by debt collectors.  Frequently suits can be brought under both Federal and state laws as well as in the bankruptcy court to put a stop to harassment and to win monetary awards for the individuals.

Amy Kleinpeter has extensive litigation experience which she uses to fiercely and successfully represent consumers in the areas protection from debt collection harassment, fair credit reporting, and in fighting predatory lending. Amy has successfully represented Plaintiffs against businesses both large and small.

Amy’s primary area of litigation is FDCPA work, or it’s California state law equivalent, the Rosenthal Act.  However, she recently won a trial in Compton against a predatory lender, winning monetary damages for her client.

After graduating from University of Southern California Law School, Amy Kleinpeter was admitted to the bar in 2002 and is licensed to practice in California and Texas, in U.S. District Court, Central District of California and U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit; she is also barred in Texas. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Hiram College in 1992 and got her Masters at the University of California, Riverside in 1994. After teaching community college for several years, Amy Kleinpeter realized her true calling was in helping people preserve their rights through the legal system. At USC, Amy Kleinpeter was a production editor of the University of Southern California Review of Law & Women’s Studies and a board member of the Public Interest Law Foundation.

Her peers nominated Amy Kleinpeter as a “Rising Star of Southern California” in both 2005 and 2006. She is a member of the National Association of Consumer Attorneys, the Consumer Attorney’s Association of Los Angeles, and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

7 Comments »

  1. Great new blog, Amy – I look forward to reading more from you in the day, months and years to come!

    Comment by Jay S. Fleischman — June 17, 2009 @ 6:39 am | Reply

  2. Hi Amy,
    Are you still in Austin, TX? Can’t find you! Your website just says, “It Works”! Nothing else there. Thanks!

    Comment by Donna — July 24, 2010 @ 11:08 pm | Reply

    • Hi Donna,
      The website is temporarily down but I am here in Austin! The office number is 512-850-5290.

      Comment by Amy Kleinpeter — September 4, 2010 @ 12:09 pm | Reply

  3. Good to know about you. All the best.

    Comment by bankruptcy Attorney in illinois — December 14, 2011 @ 9:50 pm | Reply

  4. Amy,
    Why are you never in your office, and your receptionist never takes messages?
    Obviously I’m switching attornies, and will no longer be coming to your office, but just wanted to make a point of notifying you of why you’re losing my business, because it’s a waste of time to try to contact you at your office.
    happy new year. (obviously you’re celebrating plenty, with all the time you’re not spending working)
    Stanley

    Comment by STan — December 29, 2011 @ 11:02 am | Reply

    • Sorry Stanley, you shouldn’t try to fool an attorney who specializes in FRAUD cases. It took me about 2 minutes to figure out who you are and it is not a client. See, I checked your IP address and you work at a sales company that calls me weekly.

      I tell my receptionists not to pass through any sales calls regarding bankruptcy products, because I quit doing bankruptcy law three years ago so figured I would not waste your time. Clearly, though, you have extra time.

      Hope you enjoyed this old blog. A new one will be up shortly at http://www.amykleinpeter.com

      Comment by Amy Clark Kleinpeter (@LAWGRRL1) — December 29, 2011 @ 10:37 pm | Reply

  5. I think you should post the name of this slimball loser firm.

    Comment by Concerned Attorney — December 29, 2011 @ 10:46 pm | Reply


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