Whether my client is an established financial institution or a small mom and pop shop, they need and deserve legal representation customized to achieve the best possible result. Accordingly, my approach is different for each client and each matter. I always make sure to discuss with my client the strengths and weaknesses of their case in order to form a strategy that will provide them with the best outcome.
Stephanie Hand-Cannane represents a wide range of financial institutions in a variety of litigated matters. She defends lending and servicing clients against alleged violations of a number of regulatory statutes, including TILA, RESPA, HOEPA, FDCPA, FCRA. She also represents corporations and small businesses in corporate, transactional, real estate, and commercial liability matters. From clients ranging from small limited liability companies to large multistate corporations, she provides guidance on complex matters such as commercial contract negotiations, corporate governance, real estate development, and mergers and acquisitions.
Stephanie partners with her clients to form an approach that’s a unique hybrid of practicality and sensitivity. With respect to the former, she analyzes each matter in a no-nonsense way. She counsels clients with a focus on identifying and pursuing practical, business-minded positions while still zealously representing their interests.
She is also skilled at sizing up and evaluating the personalities engaged in a dispute, and the specific legal positions of each, and crafting workable solutions based on them. In emotionally loaded situations, Stephanie’s patience, tact, and sensitivity will produce a first-rate outcome.
Regardless of the approach or the situation, Stephanie’s attention to detail combined with her resourceful attitude enable her to devise successful plans of action for each client. Stephanie’s goal is unchanging: the best possible result for her clients.