Banking and Financial Services Litigation Practice Group
Haynes and Boone lawyers have helped banks and other financial institutions successfully solve problems and resolve disputes for the past 40 years. Our attorneys are regularly involved in all aspects of general banking litigation such as fiduciary litigation, private wealth management issues, lender liability, class action defense, and credit-card customer disputes. We help our clients when they face issues regarding leveraged financings, mezzanine financings, mortgage lending, syndicated credit facilities, letters of credit, debt issuances, the Truth in Lending Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Bank Holding Company Act, usury laws, and unfair and deceptive trade practices, privacy and data security issues, fiduciary matters and many other issues facing financial institutions.
Working with other practice areas, our lawyers are prepared to help banks and other financial institutions with consumer relationship issues such as trust services, disputed foreclosures, real estate, mortgage transactions, mortgage insurance, deposit and checking accounts, credit cards, consumer loans, loan-related fees, auto loans and Alternative Dispute Resolution/arbitration clauses.
We work closely with the firm’s Finance, Bankruptcy and Business Restructuring, Securities Litigation, Broker-Dealer and Investment Banking, Appellate, and Records Management practice groups in order to leverage the teamwork culture of Haynes and Boone to maximize the benefit for clients.
The Banking and Financial Services Litigation group includes an attorney who has been twice honored by BTI Consulting for superior client service, one of only a handful of attorneys in the nation to receive such an honor even in a single year.