Banking and Financial law
With over 30 years of experience, our lawyers have already faced and dealt with every issue and legal problem that may arise related to banking and financial services.
Our banking litigation expertise includes:
- Retail banking litigation
- Securities litigation
- Broker/dealer liability
- Contractual disputes
- Fraud and fraud recovery
- Regulatory disputes
Members of our Banking and Finance Litigation practice regularly represents retail and investment banks, both as plaintiffs and defendants.
We have extensive experience in lender liability, letter of credit, breach of contract, fraudulent conveyance and other claims regularly brought by or against banks.
Our extensive experience in the fintech industry includes:
- Digital banking
- Digital insurance
- Digital and mobile wallets
- Blockchain and cryptocurrency
- Payment gateways
- Alternative lending
- Anti-money laundering
- Data privacy and cybersecurity
- Regulatory compliance and advisory, including RegTech
With an extensive experience in business contracts and commercial law, our lawyers handle all aspects of contractual work, from drafting to negotiation.
We have a large experience in drawing up standard contracts for clients as well as tailored agreements for more complex transactions. We also advise on the key aspects of such contracts, including warranties, indemnities, limitations of liability and liquidated damages.
We advise on a wide variety of contracts, including:
- Terms and conditions for goods and services
- E-commerce agreements and terms
- Manufacturing agreements
- IP and content licenses
- Collaboration and joint venture agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
Tidona and Associates handles bankruptcy-related and strategic litigation as well as distressed asset and corporate acquisitions.
We represents creditors’ committees, indenture trustees, bondholders, contract counterparties, secured creditors, lenders, financing syndicates and providers of financing in bankruptcy proceedings in numerous industries, including bank and finance holding companies, subprime lending, energy, medical technology and pharmaceuticals.