I enjoy the challenge of problem solving for my clients, and the gratification of helping them resolve a difficult situation. It is a great feeling to know that a client has been able to achieve their goals because of my efforts and dedication.
Ms. Flynn’s practice focus is commercial litigation. She represents financial institutions in disputes involving various types of financial products, individual and commercial account relationships, and lending and mortgage transactions. Her work in this area includes defending lenders against individual consumer claims and class actions arising out of mortgage foreclosure and loan origination practices and procedures.
Ms. Flynn's experience also encompasses the representation of numerous community associations in disputes with unit owners and collection matters. She represents associations in civil and foreclosure actions and provides counsel on debt collection strategies and bidding strategies at sheriff’s sales. Ms. Flynn also has experience in handling construction defect cases and employment discrimination actions.
Honors & Awards
- Listed in Super Lawyers – New Jersey Rising Stars (a Thompson Reuters business) in the Business Litigation practice area (2013 - present)
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- Played a key role, on behalf of a lender client, in obtaining a published opinion that clarified a long-standing issue under the New Jersey Prepayment Law and holds that prepayment fees are not prohibited on commercial loans where the collateral includes personal guarantees secured by mortgages on residential property. A guarantor of a commercial business loan, whose guarantee was secured by a mortgage on his residence, claimed that the prepayment fees charged by the lender violated the New Jersey Prepayment Law. In a unanimous decision, the Appellate Division concluded that the New Jersey Prepayment Law does not apply to a commercial loan to a corporate borrower. The decision clarified the distinction between mortgage loans to homeowners, to which the New Jersey Prepayment Law was intended to apply, and commercial loans to corporate borrowers, to which the Prepayment Law does not apply.
- Member, Trial Attorneys of New Jersey
- Member, New Jersey State Bar Association; Secretary, Women in the Profession Section
- Member, Middlesex County Bar Association
More Activities & Experience
- Paralegal Specialist for the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section (2004 – 2005)
- Former judicial intern to The Honorable Mark Falk, United States District Court, District of New Jersey
- Former intern at the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic for the Center for Social Justice, Seton Hall School of Law (2007 – 2008)
Publications & Alerts
- Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP Client Alert, March 2016
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2008
Georgetown University, B.A., cum laude, 2004
- New Jersey, 2008
- U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, 2008