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Hot Topics in Banking and Lending Litigation

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Produced on November 09, 2018

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Course Information

Time 1h 3m
Difficulty Intermediate
Topics covered in this course: Banking

Course Description

Join Zachary Newman of Han & Hessen LLP for a discussion of the evolution and state of lender liability claims, and the impact of rising rates and counterparty scrutiny on credit, lending, banking relationships, and lender liability. Mr Newman will also explore “seven simple rules” to improve underwriting, loan administration, and enforcement. Other topics to be covered include strategies to minimize risk.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Obtain an overview of recent decisions impacting the banking and lending litigation
  2. Identify the practical and legal implications of recent trends and decisions
  3. Examine best practices for risk enterprise management

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Zachary Newman

Hahn & Hessen

Zachary delivers practical, tactical, and experienced advice to the Firm’s corporate, lender, fiduciary, and hedge fund clients, and, though based in New York, he often is asked to serve as lead counsel elsewhere and he has done so in such jurisdictions as Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

Zachary’s trial and appellate practice concentrates on

• Banking Litigation (defense [lender liability, malfeasance unlawful practice, and deceptive trade claims] and affirmative actions [enforcement of multi-million dollar credit facilities, loan-related agreements and documents, and securing provisional remedies]);

• Commercial and Corporate Litigation (contract disputes, commercial insurance claims, aircraft lease disputes, unfair competition and restrictive covenants, bankruptcy disputes, and alter ego and fraud claims);

• Fiduciary Litigation (contested accountings, investment-related claims, and breach of fiduciary duty claims); and

• Collateral and Judgment Recovery (national and international reacquisition of pledged, lost, or stolen collateral, repossessions and liquidations, judgment enforcement, and disputes regarding valuations, fraudulent auctions, consignor-lender issues, and lien priority).


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Michael J. L.

Useful course

eugene b.

I would recommend to a colleague who practises in the area more than I do

Kim M.

Good topic

Patrick O.

Very well done in every sense.

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