Syed Ali Saeed

Attorney, Partner

Phone:  317.721.9214

E-mail: ali@sllawfirm.com

Syed Ali Saeed is an Indiana University School of Law Graduate with a background in Mechanical Engineering. He is a trial lawyer with a strong passion to help debtors break through the shackles of cyclical poverty by fighting for debtors rights and ensuring that justice is not rendered based on a sliding scale of financial wherewithal. Ali is a member of National Association of Consumer Advocates and is currently involved in several litigations against Debt Collectors and Mortgage Companies.

Ali has successfully litigated several consumer class actions and individual cases against some of the largest banks and debt collections companies in the world. Most notably, Ali was recently involved with the largest Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action settlement in the history of that consumer statute against Bank of America.

Saeed is also heavily involved in the local Indiana Community. He is on the board of Seeds of Learning, a non-for Profit Corporation aimed at promoting education in third world countries. He has also served as the director of legal services for MAI Legal Services for over two year. MAI Legal Services was a local non-for profit organization that rendered legal services to victims of domestic violence as well as refugees and asylees. He has also been: a panelist on several episodes of a local political talk show; a modest means attorney for MAI Legal Services; Guest Diversity trainer for Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA); and the Convention Chair for the Muslim Alliance of Indiana Annual Convention.

Awards
1) Rising Star 2016

2) Access to Justice Award. The award was in recognition of Syed Ali Saeed’s efforts in promoting social justice and fight on behalf of consumer. Syed Ali Saeed was the Director of Legal Services for MAI Legal Services which served over 200 victims of domestic violence annually and filed refugee visas for over 100 refugees annually. He also serves on the board of the Heartland Pro bono Foundation and was nominated and now serves on the membership committee for National Association of Consumer Advocates which is one of the largest organization serving consumers interests in United States.