Gregory M. Constantino
Gregory M. Constantino is the Founder and President of Constantino Law Office, P.C. Mr. Constantino has extensive experience in civil litigation, commercial collections, retail and consumer collections, replevin actions, foreclosures, creditors rights in bankruptcy and construction claims. Mr. Constantino has regularly collected debts for major credit card companies, banks, large national debt buyers, local area hospitals and collection agencies. Mr. Constantino graduated from the University of Utah, cum laude, in 1990 with a B.S. degree in Political Science. Mr. Constantino graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law with a J.D., in 1993. Mr. Constantino was born and raised in Southern California, but fell in love with the Wasatch Mountains when he attended school at the University of Utah between 1987-1990. . Mr. Constantino returned to Southern California for law school. In 1994, Mr. Constantino relocated to Salt Lake City, Utah, where he has engaged in the practice of law, focusing on collection.
University of Utah, B.S., cum laude, 1990
Pepperdine University, J.D., 1993
Business Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Collections; Family Law; Divorce; Creditors Rights; Debtor and Creditor Collections; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act; Federal and Civil Litigation; Trial Practice; Secured Creditors Rights.
California Bar (1993)
Utah Bar (1994)
Dean's list (top 15%), 2002-03, Pepperdine University School of Law
State Bar of California
Utah State Bar
National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys
Commercial Law League of America
Utah Debt Collection Laws, published with ©The National List of Attorneys, 1/2013.
“Fair Debt Collection Practices - A Consumer’s Perspective”, Utah State Bar Mid Year convention, March, 1998.
“Support Issues in Utah Divorce Proceedings”, NIB, on March 26, 2002.
“Custody and Visitation in Utah”, NIB, August 8, 2003.
“Domestic Law in Utah”, NBI, 2005.
“Breakthrough Collection Strategies in Utah”, NIB, 2005.
"Debt Collection in Utah", NIB Seminar, 2006.
"How to Win at Small Claims and Collect Your Judgment, Loriman Educational Seminar, August, 2006.
“Collection Law: The Good, the Bad and the Profitable in Utah”, Loriman Educational Seminar, August, 2007.
“FDCPA basics refresher and case law trends”, Utah State Bar, Collection Section Annual Meeting, April, 2008.
“Common Issues in Collection Litigation”, Golf & CLE, Utah State Bar: Litigation and Utah County Sections, October, 2010.
“Issues in State Collection Law”, Utah State Bar, Collection Section Annual Meeting, April, 2010.
“Confirming and Defending Arbitration Awards”, Utah State Bar, Collection Section Annual Meeting, May, 2011.
“Intersection of the FDCPA with other Practice Areas”, Utah State Bar, Fall Forum, Nov., 2011.
State v. Cachon, 962 P.2d 48 (Utah 1998)
State of Utah v. Martin, 976 P.2d 1224 (Utah App. 1999)
DBL Distributing, Inc. v. 1 Cache, L.L.C., 147 P.3d 478 (Utah App. 2006)
Capital One Bank v. Scott B. Withers, appellate no. 20090548-CA.
American Express v. Janet Randall, appellate no. 20140362-CA.