We represent banks and other institutional lenders against debtor claims alleging violations of consumer protection statutes, and we assert creditors’ rights to recover amounts owed by a debtor—whether negotiated resolution or proceedings in state or federal court and on appeal. As is the case in any proceeding, we aggressively pursue resolution for our client, from pre-litigation negotiations through requests for preliminary relief, receiverships, dispositive motion and trial. We also represent clients in settlement conferences, mediation and other alternative dispute resolutions. Our efforts do not end with obtaining judgment—we also assist clients with collection efforts through foreclosure, garnishment and other efforts to recover assets. We act as zealous advocates for our clients while striking the appropriate balance between negotiation, compromise and pursuit through litigation. We are also adept at handling creditor claims in bankruptcy.
When disputes surrounding debtor-creditor relationships cannot be resolved outside of court, our attorneys pilot you through state or federal litigation proceedings to protect your interests. We’ll help establish the amount of the debt, resolve any competing claims, defend against liability claims and collect what is owed.
- Defense of lender liability claims
- Collection litigation
- Intercreditor disputes
- Fraudulent transfer recovery
- Lien foreclosures
- Collection of judgments, including executions and garnishments
- Foreclosures of liens against real, personal and UCC Article 9 property
- Receivership actions and representation
- Reclamation claims and disputes
- Breach of lease and commercial evictions
In addition to resolving disputes related to recovering assets, we defend financial institutions and their officers in lender-liability disputes filed in state or federal court including appeals.