Michael E. Jusczyk represents national financial institutions in escalated defensive litigation, including foreclosure-related and bankruptcy matters, and defends complaints alleging violations of state and federal financial regulation and consumer protection statutes. He appears on clients’ behalf in state and federal trial and appellate courts for proceedings at all states of litigation and guides them through the mediation and arbitration processes when appropriate.
Michael advises national banks on compliance with federal and state regulations related to loan servicing, mortgage foreclosure, and loss mitigation. He also defends companies and educational institutions in FTC investigations and employment matters, including class-action suits and business-to-business contractual disputes and product liability claims, and advises clients regarding insurance coverage questions and product and food labeling requirements.
Michael also maintains an active pro bono practice, working with unaccompanied minors and defending their interests in immigration court and related state proceedings in partnership with K.I.N.D. (Kids in Need of Defense).
- Financial services litigation
- Commercial litigation
- Loan modifications
- Loan workouts
- Borrower and third-party purchases
- Products liability and complex torts