Commercial & Residential Real Estate Lending Litigation
Keesal, Young & Logan’s practical and business-minded approach combined with its deep understanding of commercial and residential real estate lending markets and practices has enabled it to represent the country’s most well-regarded lenders and servicers for over thirty years.
The firm has successfully handled thousands of cases ranging from class actions and federal and state court appeals to individual loan level claims. Keesal, Young & Logan regularly defends claims of wrongful foreclosure, breach of contract (including short sale/workout agreements), rescission, fraud, wrongful lender placed insurance, violations of RESPA, TILA, FCRA, FDCPA, and their state law-based analogs. The firm has handled disputes involving redemption rights, eminent domain, adverse possession, voidable/fraudulent transfer, real estate receiverships, payment application, purchase and sale of servicing rights and mortgage pools, fair lending, REO claims, entitlement to earthquake and other hazard insurance proceeds, borrower and servicer bankruptcies, claims arising from reverse mortgages, title disputes, mistaken property descriptions, breach of HOA covenants, and false or mistakenly recorded documents. With the creation of the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, as well as the myriad new state law consumer protection statutes in response to the financial crisis of 2008, the real estate lending landscape has become increasingly complicated. Keesal, Young & Logan is consistently on the leading edge of developments in this practice area, and continues to apply its unique brand of thoughtful analysis of facts and legal issues for the benefit of its Commercial & Residential Real Estate Lending clients.
Our clients include CitiMortgage, Citigroup Global Markets Realty Corporation, East West Bank, Heritage Oaks Bank, Green Tree, JPMorgan Chase, Merrill Lynch Credit Corporation, MetLife, Reverse Mortgage Solutions, and Wells Fargo Bank.
For additional information, please contact:
David D. Piper
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