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BANKING & REGULATED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Our team provides a wide range of legal services to banks and non-bank providers of financial services.

We leverage our industry knowledge to proactively protect against the threats of regulatory challenges and turn them into opportunities.

Our approach

No industry was more impacted by the Great Recession than financial services.

Organizations in this sector need dynamic counsel now more than ever to help them succeed in this increasingly regulated and scrutinized environment. We design and execute a wide variety of complex banking, finance and corporate transactions, representing financial institutions in a broad array of complex matters.

We regularly provide counsel for issues involving privacy, data breach, Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), corporate governance, enforcement, branching, consumer credit, new powers and other federal and state operational regulatory matters.

We also represent clients on state and federal legislatures. And in transactions, we represent institutions in the acquisition and sale of entire banks or bank assets, sale of subsidiaries, sale of loan and lease portfolios and sale of participation interests in loans.

We work with our clients as they raise new capital through public offerings and private placements of debt and equity, providing customized services on their schedule with maximum efficiency.

Media Clips

  • Brokerage Firm's GC Returns To Nixon Peabody
    Law360 | September 18, 2013

    This feature article highlights the arrival of Long Island commercial litigation counsel Chris Porzio.

Ideas

Picard powerless to block independent Madoff feeder fund settlements
Private Fund Disputes Alert | August 12, 2014

Supreme Court interprets Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protection to reach employees of public company's private contractors
Financial Services Alert | March 6, 2014

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Federal Regulatory Agencies Issue Financial Abuse of Elders Guidance
Regulated Financial Institutions Alert | October 7, 2013

"But I thought we were just negotiating"—Are the good faith provisions in a term sheet or letter of intent enforceable upon the parties?
Private Fund Disputes Alert | July 24, 2013

Update on the Kilgore Ninth Circuit appeal: California's public injunction exception escapes for another day, but the en banc court reads the exception to arbitration narrowly and rejects plaintiffs' attempt at artful pleading
Class Action Alert | April 16, 2013

CFPB proposes amendments to the ability-to-repay and qualified mortgage rules
Regulated Financial Institutions Alert | March 15, 2013

Gabelli v. SEC
Securities Litigation Alert | March 1, 2013

Don't "put the cart before the horse": Supreme Court rejects Amgen's argument that securities fraud plaintiffs must prove materiality of alleged misrepresentations at the class certification stage
Class Action Alert | February 28, 2013

Can a company director always obtain access to the advice of counsel that was provided to the company?
Commercial Litigation Alert | February 27, 2013

Qualified mortgages vs. qualified residential mortgages
Regulated Financial Institutions Alert | February 26, 2013

RMBS repurchase litigations — how to win or lose the war of the experts when proving breach and damages at trial
Corporate Trust and Banking and Financial Services Litigation Alert | February 15, 2013

Federal banking regulators issue proposed guidance and seek comments on use of social media by banks, credit unions, and savings associations
Privacy Alert | February 11, 2013

Collateral manager vindicated as SEC drops claims alleging disclosure violations in $1.1 billion CDO Squared offering
Securities Law Alert | November 21, 2012

First Circuit faults bank for "one-size-fits-all" approach to cyber security measures
Banking and Financial Services Litigation Alert | August 1, 2012

The enforceability in bankruptcy proceedings of waiver and assignment of rights clauses within intercreditor or subordination agreements
Bankruptcy Law Alert | January 24, 2012

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