Debt/Judgment Enforcement

Scott M. Tanner, Esq.

Scott M. Tanner is a partner and co-founder of Thompson Steinberg.  He has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial and consumer/retail collections, debt litigation, creditor’s right, and FDCPA, RFDCPA, TCPA, and FCRA compliance and litigation.  Mr. Tanner has successfully represented business entities of various sizes – ranging from small, mom-and-pop type local businesses, to major national and multinational corporations.

Mr. Tanner is a cum laude graduate of Chapman University School of Law, which he attended on a full merit scholarship, was a staff editor on the Chapman University Law Review, and received the prestigious CALI Award of Excellence for receiving the top grade in Wills and Trusts.  Mr. Tanner has received both a Certificate of Concentration in Advocacy and Dispute Resolution and a Certificate of Completion – 120 Hours of Mediation Training and Practice.

Mr. Tanner additionally holds a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Sociology from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, which he attended on a merit scholarship and graduated with both   university and departmental academic honors.

Phone: 951-359-1209


*Member of the San Bernardino County Bar Association and the Riverside County Bar Association.

*AVVO Member and Contributor

Click on the links below to read The Legal Chew’s Judgment Enforcement/Debt Defense blogs (written by our very own Scott Tanner):

  1. Has the Statute of Limitations Expired on my old Credit Card?  Common Count: Open Book Account
  2. Debt: It’s Not The End
  3. Account Stated – Don’t Sit on Your Rights!
  4. Law Made Easy: How to Enforce a Judgment
  5. Can Your Debts be Enforced Against Your Spouse?

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