Victoria Oguntoye focuses her practice on defending business entities in complex commercial disputes in state and federal trial and appellate courts. She has represented financial institutions, technology companies, international fast food companies, land developers, departmental stores, and governmental boards. She was recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2017 through 2020 - a recognition that only 2.5% of her peers receive.
Victoria has defended and prosecuted a wide variety of commercial, class action, bankruptcy, land use, consumer protection, eminent domain, false advertisement, and tort matters at trial and appellate levels both in state and federal courts. Specifically, she has litigated commercial litigation disputes involving contracts, technology services, partnership dissolution, banking relationships, land use entitlements, and commercial landlord-tenant disputes. She also has experience litigating consumer protection issues arising under the Unfair Trade Practices Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA).
Experienced in both litigation and appellate practices at state and federal levels, Victoria is able to offer clients a strategic approach to achieving a successful resolution—whether through trial, appeals or a negotiated settlement. Given her expertise in litigation, she offers her clients customized solutions whether by engaging in Alternative Dispute Resolution conferences, such as mediation or arbitration or by creating leverage through dispositive motion practice or limited discovery to posture disputes for early resolution.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Victoria Oguntoye