Banking and Finance Law


Banking and finance law deals with management of financial liabilities, borrowing and lending money, raising capital, and the buying and selling of banks or other financial institutions. Some of the most common banking law issues include:


  • Letters of credit
  • Commercial paper and check fraud
  • Bank operations and collections
  • Disputed security interests
  • Wire transfer fraud
  • Insurance bond claims
  • Truth in Lending Act claims
  • Safe deposit litigation
  • Representation of a bank officer
  • Project finance disputes