Financial Services Litigation
Frost Brown Todd has a proven track record of successfully representing financial services clients in a wide array of litigation matters. We are entrusted by a variety of banks and many other clients in the financial services space to handle both complex, large exposure matters as well as the more frequent disputes they face every day. This is because our lawyers are extremely responsive to our clients’ needs, have real world experience in the industry and with its operations, and are knowledgeable of the evolving legal and regulatory landscape.
Our team has deep experience in every necessary area, from commercial foreclosures and workouts to employment matters, consumer class actions, and regulatory enforcement actions. We work resourcefully from the outset to fashion solutions to problems without incurring the risks and costs associated with courtroom trials. But when necessary, we have a deep bench of trial lawyers who are prepared to achieve a meaningful win through proven, well-executed litigation management and resolution strategies.
- Commercial workouts, collection, foreclosure, and lender liability defense
- Regulatory compliance and litigation of both one-off and class action statutory claims
(e.g., EFTA, FDCPA, FCRA, RESPA, TILA, and UCC matters)
- Corporate governance and control litigation
- Fraud and bond claim litigation
- Electronic and check payments disputes
- Defense of state and federal securities fraud claims
- Privacy and data security
- Electronic discovery management
- Employment law litigation and counseling
- Title insurance defense and coverage matters
- Trust, probate, and other fiduciary litigation
- FINRA arbitrations and other broker-dealer matters
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