Commercial Litigation

We have substantial experience representing financial institutions and related entities on all types of matters. Lathrop Gage has successfully represented financial institutions in multiple lawsuits involving federal and state legislation, negotiable instruments, forgery, enforceability of letters of credit, employment discrimination, trust and fiduciary matters, regulatory issues, securities trading, directors’ and officers’ responsibilities and liabilities, creditors’ rights, collections and defense of lender liability suits under various theories of recovery, including the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

Additionally, we have a broad range of investigative and analytical experience in addressing not only day-to-day legal issues facing financial institutions, but also in resolving the increasingly complex problems that now pervade this area.