Monthly Archives: December 2014

Lender Liability – Overview

Lender liability claims are brought by borrowers against lenders. They run the gamut from breach of contract to fraud and often appear in a lawsuit as counterclaims after a lender has brought suit alleging default on a loan contract. Less frequently, borrowers initiate litigation against the lender. Either way, such lawsuits routinely involve claims and… Read More »

Fee Agreements

After choosing an attorney to represent you in a lawsuit, you will need to negotiate a fee agreement. It’s a sad truth that the burden of financing litigation creates a barrier to entry for many individuals and small businesses. Parties file their claims, propound written questions called “interrogatories” that must be answered by opposing parties… Read More »