BANKING & CONSUMER FINANCE
Banking & consumer finance law covers the regulation of lending and borrowing money. Banking & consumer finance law includes documentation of real estate financing, motor vehicle financing, unsecured lending, and business lending. The outer edges of the field also include the regulation of debt collection, particularly from consumers, and the regulation of consumer sales practices.
Banking & consumer finance law is a tangled and complicated web of overlapping state and federal statutes and common law. Banking & consumer finance law includes both the planning of transactions as well as the litigation that arises when the best laid plans go awry.
The Kendo Dulaney Difference:
Kendo Dulaney Law represents banks in a variety of capacities. On the transactional side, Tom Kendo reviews loan documentation and real estate conveyances. Tony Alexander works with businesses to work out distressed commercial debt. On the litigation side, Andrew Engel handles personal and commercial loan enforcement including foreclosure and replevin, and lender liability actions involving the Truth in Lending Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, and Consumer Sales Practices Act.