GrayRobinson attorneys represent our lending clients in all manner of commercial litigation, including banking software litigation, collections, mortgage and securities agreements, foreclosures, lender liability, title insurance claims defense and prosecution of fraud, forgery, and other matters involving deposit accounts, letters of credit, wire transfers that are governed by the Uniform Commercial Code, and litigation and defense of defamation suits involving both federal and state fair debt collection acts and collection reporting acts. We offer an experienced and tenacious trial team with an impressive record of resolving cases to our clients' satisfaction.
GrayRobinson attorneys have vast experience in deposit litigation and frequently engage in litigation involving defenses arising under Articles 3, 4 and 4A, 5, and 8 of the UCC as well as deposit disclosure agreements.
We also have significant experience representing financial institutions in putative class actions matters, and our attorneys are aggressive in attempting to dispose of the merits of the case prior to a certification hearing and in attempting to stay class merits discovery until after certification.
Our banking litigation team has extensive experience in matters involving the Bank Secrecy Act, U.S. Patriot Act, OFAC sanctions programs and regulations. In addition we have experience with matters involving consumer regulations under the Truth in Lending Act (“Regulation Z”), Equal Credit Opportunity Act (“Regulation B”), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Truth in Savings Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Privacy Act (“GLBA”) and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (“RESPA”).
Our litigators routinely assist our banking clients not only with respect to subpoena compliance but also in the review of documents being produced in response to subpoenas for compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act and the U.S. Patriot Act
The firm actively litigates all real estate matters including mortgage and mechanics lien foreclosures, boundary disputes, property rights, real estate commissions, and condominium problems. GrayRobinson also has a long history of representing financial institutions in highly specialized areas including representation of lenders in ship/vessel mortgage foreclosure.
Sometimes, obtaining a "money judgment" is the easiest part of litigation for a creditor. In addition to our impressive trial record, our team has collected millions of dollars for our clients using Florida's full range of collection remedies. In particular, we have experience in successfully utilizing Florida's enactment of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts.