Our clients depend on Kahana Feld to provide essential legal services in the ever-evolving Financial Services area. From global institutions to smaller and independent financial institutions, our attorneys help achieve strategic and economic goals all while defending and advocating for our clients in Federal and State courts nationwide. We study with, work alongside, and listen to our clients as we harness their expertise to advocate for them. Our multidisciplinary team of attorneys allows Kahana Feld to approach financial and litigation issues from all sides with our experienced attorneys in the fields of commercial litigation, real estate, and bankruptcy.
Services Within Financial Services Litigation
- Bank Operations
- Creditor’s Rights and Bankruptcy
- Breach of Contract Litigation
- Debt Collection
- Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Foreclosure Litigation
- Lien Enforcement
- Real Estate Settlement Procedures
- UCC Priority and Related Disputes
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