ABOUT E. Paige Boggs

Paige Boggs represents public entities in complex litigation involving consumer fraud, subprime auto lending and other matters.

Her casework includes representing the Mississippi Attorney General in litigation seeking to hold automotive financing company Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc., accountable for allegedly fraudulent lending practices.

Prior to joining Motley Rice, Paige served as an Assistant Attorney General and Supervising Attorney for the Illinois Attorney General’s Office. While there, she led a coalition of State Attorneys General in combatting health fraud, and co-led multiple executive committees for multistate investigations and settlements involving public Fortune 500 companies. She also assisted in investigations regarding mortgage servicing abuses and helped draft the National Mortgage Settlement in 2012.

Previously, Paige served as a law clerk for the Consumer Litigation Section of the Indiana Attorney General’s Office, where she received the Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Public Service.

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