Our team of financial institutions litigators and advisors has the technical and industry knowledge to handle the most complex cases. We understand the regulatory landscape and represent national and regional banks, loan servicers, brokers and lenders in litigation and investigations in the Northwest and nationally. READ MORE
Clients turn to us to represent them in high stakes matters because of our global perspective, our track record in court and our ability to resolve disputes swiftly. We work both as primary counsel and as local counsel on some of the largest and most complex cases in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho. Our representative clients include:
We have extensive experience representing clients in litigation, class actions and investigations related to:
We counsel clients on disputes and inquiries involving the:
Our class action defense attorneys are widely respected and have defended more than 100 class action lawsuits in state and federal courts, and our team has been heavily involved in all aspects of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (MERS) litigation.
In many cases, we have been able to negotiate outcomes short of litigation. We work with clients to develop a strategy to resolve matters as quickly as possible with the best possible terms, whether that is through arbitration, pre-litigation, trial or appeal.
We have defended clients against regulatory departments and enforcement actions by the:
Clients appreciate our responsiveness, practical advice and familiarity with working with regulators throughout investigations.
We leverage the substantive experience across Lane Powell’s other practice areas relevant to financial institutions, among them:
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