The needs of our commercial lending and banking clients often call for assistance with workouts, foreclosures, receiverships, bankruptcies and judgment enforcements. This group’s first-hand experience with the underlying transactions, combined with its litigation skills, make Wooden & McLaughlin an ideal choice for lending institutions struggling with secured loans in default. Wooden & McLaughlin also supports building contractors, suppliers, architects and engineers in mechanic’s lien actions. Not only can this group identify and understand the rights of a creditor, but we know how to protect those rights in court. The firm prides itself on achieving maximum financial recovery for our clients through cost-effective service.
In addition, Wooden & McLaughlin represents loan servicers in a wide variety of lender liability claims based upon, among others, the National Housing Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Truth in Lending Act, Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act. Lawyers in this area also defend and prosecute complex mortgage fraud claims on behalf of lenders. Whatever the claim, the firm’s trial lawyers are equipped to protect the interests of the financial services industry.
Note: John D. Waller publishes the blog "Indiana Commercial Foreclosure Law" at http://comercialforeclosureblog.typepad.com.