Business & Commercial Litigation
Banking & Financial Disputes
We serve as the trusted litigation counsel for the financial services industry’s most complex and sensitive legal cases. We are committed to growing this trust through our delivery of cost-effective service and by placing our clients’ business, reputation and success first and foremost. Our integrated, far-sighted approach to case preparation allows us to quickly identify the key points of decision in most disputes and then to effectively exploit those opportunities, whether through early resolution options or winning litigation strategies.
Our team has a record of creating success for our financial services clients, which include national banks, regional institutions, community banks, credit unions and ancillary vendors serving this industry. We pride ourselves on working hard from the inception of the matter and throughout the life of the case. Our aim is to reduce our clients’ litigation exposure and costs while helping them preserve important business relationships with their customers. With Frost Brown Todd at your side, you announce to your adversary and to the community you serve that you are genuinely committed to successfully defending and vindicating your important rights.
Related Services Contacts
Peter M. Cummins
Cory J. Skolnick
Practice Group Leader
We have the experience to guide the way and the resources to solve the toughest issues.
Our financial services litigators have historic success in cases related to the following:
- Lender liability.
- Collection, foreclosure and workouts.
- Regulation and compliance.
- Corporate governance and control.
- Deposit operations and fraud.
- Electronic and check payments.
- Privacy and data security.
- Uniform Commerical Code (UCC), negotiable instruments and banking statutes.
- Electronic discovery management.
Our team has access to advanced research resources, discovery support (including an in-house e-discovery management team) and attorneys with specialties that are only available from a law firm of our size and reach. We are also committed to supporting our clients’ long-standing local counsel relationships, as they may exist. We often strategically partner with a client’s local counsel for subject-matter experience or litigation support, in order to strengthen these valuable relationships.
With 12 markets in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia, our team is perfectly situated to cover Middle America with national reach and representation.
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