Through Bilzin Sumberg’s experience representing clients in lending, financial, and commercial matters across the United States and abroad, our team has established itself as a national authority within the financial services and mortgage banking fields.

We represent borrowers, lenders and investors through every stage of complex litigation, regulatory compliance matters and virtually every type of financial transaction. Our clients include venture capital and private equity firms, hedge funds, investment and mezzanine funds, investment and commercial banks, mortgage bankers, other financial services companies and alternative lending sources.

Our litigation matters include high-stakes suits involving claims arising from failed joint ventures and resulting lost profits, tort suits, commercial foreclosures, and a vast array of complex contractual disputes. Our corporate, real estate, commercial finance and insolvency practices are routinely involved in assisting our mortgage banking and other financial services clients in a wide variety of transactional and restructuring matters. Additionally, our lawyers have extensive experience in handling loan work-outs and corporate restructurings, both in and outside of bankruptcy.

Our talented corporate, litigation, insolvency and real estate attorneys frequently service clients on a broad range of issues, including:

• Mortgage lending
• Mortgage warehouse and repurchase facilities
• Banking
• Loan servicing
• Developing loan origination, loan aggregator and servicing arrangements
• Business finance
• Audit/accounting industry representations
• Private equity
• Securities and investing
• Tax planning and wealth management
• E-commerce
• Credit cards and payment processing services
• Debtors’ and creditors’ rights
• Negotiating and closing credit facilities
• Flow purchase/sale agreements
• Commercial and residential MBS transactions
• Hedging and other derivative transactions
• Restructuring and reorganization of debtors
• Hedging and other derivative transactions
• Restructuring and reorganization of debtors