Managing Partner, Attorney at Law
Connecticut Business Attorney and Debtor Rights Lawyer Eric Foster has over 27 years of legal experience. As an experienced Connecticut Attorney, Eric Foster provides legal advice and services to business owners and consumer debtors. Eric Foster is an experienced Connecticut Business Attorney. Attorney Foster advises entrepreneurs and business managers on all small business law issues, such as starting a new business, buying a business, selecting the right business structure, negotiating a commercial lease and assists in other business transactions. As a Connecticut Debtors Rights Lawyer, Attorney Foster’s practice focuses on advising individual clients regarding consumer financial services law, consumer protection, debtor’s rights in connection with credit card debt, mortgages and other consumer loans. He represents clients in commercial litigation.
During his career on Wall Street, Mr. Foster advised many of the world’s leading commercial banks and their securities broker/dealer affiliates on compliance issues and represented them in connection with key financial services reform legislation pending in the U.S. Congress (Graham-Leach Bliley Act, Dodd Frank Act).
More recently, his practice has focused primarily on representing consumers that have been sold financial products and services that were not suitable for their needs, including, home mortgages, home equity lines of credit, credit cards and payday loans.
Prior to establishing Lindh Foster, LLC, Eric Lindh Foster spent 22 years practicing banking and securities law in New York, Washington D.C., London and Hong Kong. Mr. Foster is a former regulatory attorney with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association. He has worked with many of the leading fixed income securities, foreign exchange, commodities and derivatives dealers and provided compliance and legal advice on various types of trading activities and finance transactions. Mr. Foster is a member of the American Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association.