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  • Lender Liability for Commercial Lenders in the Era of COVID-19

    Sanford Shatz (Irvine) will participate in a panel discussion for the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys (ACFA) on Thursday, April 29, 2021. The panel will explore the contours of recent lender liability law and cases and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the legal risks faced by lenders.

  • McGlinchey Welcomes Two Financial Services Litigators in New York City

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to welcome two attorneys to the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Financial Services Litigation practice groups in the New York City office. Experienced litigator Margaret Cascino has been hired Of Counsel and Matthew Gordon has been hired as Associate.

  • Did my behavior ratify a contract?

    Contract Ratification Gionino’s Pizzeria Inc. v. Reynolds, 7th Dist. Carroll No. 20 CA 0940, 2021-Ohio-1289In this matter, the Seventh Appellate District reversed and remanded the lower court’s decision, finding that although the document was only partially executed, the parties’ behavior constructively ratified the contract. The Bullet Point: As a gatekeeping issue, a plaintiff must demonstrateMore

  • Default Mortgage Servicing of Litigated Matters in the COVID-19 Era

    Shanna Boughton (Boston), Patrick Voke (Boston), and Dennis Amore (New York City) co-authored an article summarizing some of the regulatory developments affecting default mortgage servicers and further considerations for handling default litigation in the ABA Business Law Section’s The Business Lawyer, Volume 76, Issue 2, Spring 2021.

  • Are my claims subject to binding arbitration?

    Loss Mitigation Review Under RESPA Hurst v. Caliber Home Loans, Inc., N.D.Ohio No. 5:19-cv-00315, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 51849 (Mar. 19, 2021) In this matter, the Northern District of Ohio held that a loan servicer did not violate RESPA as it did not repeatedly request documents already in its possession, but rather requested documents thatMore

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