Vincent Joined Kapusta and Oztel in 2001 and became partner in 2008 to what is now known as Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo. He is licensed to practice in State and Federal Courts throughout the State of Connecticut.
Vincent is well versed in regulations as well as their effects on his financial institution clients. End to end default services including (but not limited to):
Complex non-routine litigation
Fair Dept Collection Practices Act
Complex housing issues
TILA, FDCPA, CFPB and RESPA regulations
Vincent has written numerous “white papers” relating to changes of law in Connecticut Foreclosures and has given seminars to in state and out of state lenders, servicers and investors covering topics such as Connecticut Foreclosure Mediations, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Basics of Connecticut Foreclosures.
He has served as an adjunct professor of Business Law at the University of New Haven. Additionally, he has taught classes in the Basics of Connecticut Foreclosure, Short Sales and 1031 Exchanges at the Dare’s Institute. He currently serves as co-corporation counsel to Milford Progress, Inc.
He is an active member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Mortgage Bankers Association, Milford Progress, Inc., Milford Columbus Committee, Milford Bar Association and the Milford Chamber of Commerce.
*Recipient of the New Haven Business Times Forty under 40 Award for his professional achievement and community involvement (2005) as well as the 2013 “Helping Milford Grow” Award for professional and community contributions to the City of Milford.