Phoenix Banking and Financial Services Litigation Attorney

If you are facing a dispute related to banking and financial services, we can advise you on the best course of action. Our Phoenix banking and financial services litigation attorneys represent clients in court, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings and help protect their rights. Call (480) 327-6650 or message us online to arrange a consultation. 

Why Choose Our Phoenix Banking/Financial Services Litigation Attorney? 

  • We understand that these disputes involve high stakes and help our clients reach the best possible resolution. 
  • Our attorneys are well-versed in the latest legal developments in the banking and financial services industry, and we stay abreast of changes in the law to ensure we provide the most up-to-date legal advice to our clients.
  • We are committed to providing the highest quality representation to our clients at a reasonable price.

Representation in All Types of Banking and Financial Services Litigation

A specific task a banking and financial services attorney will undertake is representing clients in disputes, such as lawsuits or arbitration proceedings, involving financial matters. In such cases, an attorney will work closely with the client to understand the nature of the dispute and develop a legal strategy to resolve it. For example, if a bank is facing a lawsuit related to alleged violations of consumer protection laws, an attorney would review the relevant laws and regulations, analyze the bank’s actions and policies, and develop a defense strategy aimed at minimizing the bank’s liability and protecting its reputation. In arbitration proceedings, the attorney would help the client prepare their case and present arguments to the arbitrator or arbitration panel. This might involve conducting discovery, gathering evidence, and drafting legal briefs.

In any legal dispute involving financial matters, a banking and financial services litigation attorney’s goal is to achieve a favorable outcome for the client while minimizing risk and protecting the client’s interests. This requires a deep understanding of the law, as well as expertise in financial matters and the ability to communicate complex legal concepts to clients and other stakeholders in a clear and concise manner.

The Most Common Causes of Action Brought Against Banks and Other Financial Services Providers by Their Customers

Among the most common causes of action where customers file claims against banks, and other financial institutions include breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, fraud or misrepresentation, and, for broker-dealers, suitability and failure to supervise claims. These claims can be brought before the courts or before a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panel when it is against a FINRA-regulated broker-dealer. Banks, in addition, face litigation brought by borrowers in some circumstances, such as where advances were contractually required, but a bank declined to make further advances under a credit facility. 

Contact Us Today

With extensive experience in this field, our Phoenix banking and financial services litigation attorneys understand the intricacies and are committed to providing you with the highest quality service. Our lawyers at Weiss Brown will work closely with you to create a tailored approach to your case, taking into account your individual circumstances and objectives. Call (480) 327-6650 or send us a message online to arrange a consultation.

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