Enza G. Boderone
Area of Focus: Trial & Litigation
Enza G. Boderone
GET TO KNOW ENZA
Enza’s commercial litigation practice has been heavily focused on financial services litigation, specifically mortgage-centric legal issues since the financial crisis of 2008. Her vast experience includes knowledge of mortgage-backed securities and all aspects of the loan origination and securitization process, indemnification claims, mortgage insurance, and high-profile commercial foreclosures. She has litigated with, and against, major industry players and understands their practices. Her profound knowledge and insightful perspectives on the wide range of issues relating to mortgages and mortgage backed securities provides her clients with a 360-degree view of the industry and its most complex legal challenges.
Q & A
What trends should clients be aware of in defending against alleged deficiencies in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) offerings?
Large scale, multi-party cases are the new normal in financial services litigation. Clients and their lawyers must be prepared to handle millions of documents and coordinate discovery, expert witness testimony and the deposition of key witnesses through common defense and cost-sharing agreements with dozens of other defendants and their legal teams. It is very important for clients to find representation that is experienced in e-discovery to be able to manage properly large volumes of documents.
How does your experience working with committees benefit your clients?
High stakes, precedent-setting cases with more than one hundred defendants require strategic vision, leadership and effective team management. With recent efforts to consolidate RMBS cases under one judge, clients should choose representation that possess the skills and know-how to become active committee members and often lead the various committees set up under the case management order. My experience with committees places me in a position to defend my clients, spearhead the appropriate activities and maintain control of the process. Financial services companies understand the value of that experience.
Outside of your commercial litigation practice, what projects are you passionate about?
I have worked closely with up and coming musicians and other artists- including my daughter who is a singer/songwriter- needing guidance to properly structure their recording deals and other business agreements, and protect their intellectual property using copyrights and other means. It is rewarding to use my legal experience and skills to assist those who are pursuing their career dreams in the entertainment industry. I also enjoy assisting creative clients who are wildly enthusiastic about their product and tirelessly devoted to achieving success
EducationUniversity of Miami, J.D., cum laude, 2004Florida International University, B.S., 1999
InvolvementAmerican Bar AssociationSection of Litigation
Section of Intellectual Property Law
Forum on the Entertainment and Sports IndustriesBroward County Bar AssociationCommercial Real Estate Women (CREW)Copyright Society of the USADade County Bar AssociationNational Association of Women Lawyers
Court AdmissionsU.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New YorkU.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth CircuitU.S. District Court, Middle District of FloridaU.S. District Court, Southern District of FloridaU.S. District Court, District of ColoradoU.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
Awards/HonorsFlorida Super Lawyers, Florida Rising Stars, 2013 - 2014
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