Experienced Legal Counsel For Banks, Credit Unions And Other Financial Institutions

At Mitchell Pollack & Associates, PLLC, our lawyers advise credit unions, banks and other financial institutions about operations, management and state or federal regulations. Whether your banking law issue concerns your ability to enforce your rights under a security agreement against a guarantor or involves your obligations under a subpoena or a bank examiner's inquiry, our experience and detailed understanding of the law can help you.

Comprehensive Representation For Credit Unions And Banks

We have more than 25 years of experience representing credit unions and banks in all aspects of their business. Among the issues our Bergen County and Westchester County banking law attorneys can assist with are:

  • Safe and sound lending practices
  • Capital reserve levels
  • Implementing new rules and regulations promulgated by the National Credit Union Administration
  • Implementing new state or federal banking regulations
  • Dealing with audits
  • Response to subpoenas, garnishments, and asset seizures
  • Enforcing rights under loan and security agreements
  • Questions concerning the enforcement of pledges, guaranties, and rights against third parties
  • Workouts and remedial agreements
  • Enforcing your claim in bankruptcy court
  • Employee relations
  • Lender-liability questions

We approach credit union and banking law from the perspective of the needs of your managers and loan officers. Our attorneys can help minimize the risk of loss and liability with respect to difficult questions concerning problem loans, regulatory compliance, and portfolio review. We can help with logistical questions concerning the liquidation of collateral in specific loans, and with broader issues relating to investment policies, marketing practices, or conflicts of interest.

Contact One of Our Mahwah, New Jersey, or Tarrytown, New York, Credit Union Attorneys

Our attorneys represent federal credit unions, national banks, and state-chartered financial institutions. For additional information about the range of our financial law services, contact our attorneys in New Jersey or New York.

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