Catastrophic Personal Injury
Civil Rights Litigation
Collection of Significant Money Judgments
Commercial and Business Disputes
Complex Commercial Litigation
Corporate Ownership Disputes
Employment and Non-compete Litigation
Financial Institutions, Lenders, and Servicers
Municipal and Government Liability
Real Estate Litigation
Campaign Finance and Election Law
Goldman and Zwillinger’s lawyers have wide-ranging experience in financial services litigation. We represent lenders pursuing borrowers and other participants for mortgage fraud. When appropriate, we assert claims pursuant to the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (civil RICO).
We represent lenders in connection with judicial and non-judicial foreclosure and to collect upon promissory notes and guaranties including issues arising under “Bad Boy” guaranties.
We have significant experience with regulatory enforcement proceedings.
The firm’s industry experience includes the representation of national and local banks, commercial lenders and mortgage lenders, brokers and services.
Goldman and Zwillinger can provide defense of litigation against lenders pursuant to the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), defending challenges to the foreclosure process and issues involving MERS and defending challenges regarding forced-placed insurance. We provide representation for demands to repurchase loans.
Goldman and Zwillinger also provide representation of secured creditors and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy cases under Chapter 11, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, including defending and prosecuting adversary proceedings and contested matters, filing motions for relief from the automatic stay in connection with commercial and residential property, handling single asset real estate cases (SAREs), evaluating plans and filing objections thereto and evaluating the 1111(b) election.
Goldman and Zwillinger are also available to act as local counsel in connection with any of the foregoing matters.