Banking And Finance Law Representation From Attorneys Knowledgeable About Regulations

Banking is the most regulated activity in the United States, facing an extraordinary range of compliance at both the state and federal levels. The ever-morphing regulatory landscape is not an easy one to navigate. Banks and other financial institutions face daily challenges arising from compliance issues, commercial paper and customer relations. These institutions are therefore wise to work with experienced outside legal representation to manage regulatory issues and respond to unusual challenges.

Contact the offices of O'Toole Atwell in Austin to see how we can assist you with your banking and finance legal needs at 512-476-4740.

Working On Full Breadth Of Compliance Matters

Our attorneys represent banks, bank officials and nonbank operators in the full breadth of compliance matters and legal challenges with clients throughout Texas and Colorado, including:

  • Deposit and trust account issues
  • Consumer protection claims
  • Accusations of discrimination in lending
  • Electronic banking and fund transfer systems' issues
  • Confidential financial information disclosure claims
  • Data privacy/information breach accusations
  • Issues related to credit card agreements and services

We Understand Government Banking Regulations And Counsel Clients

Our lawyers are well-versed in all of the state and federal regulations that comprise the field of banking law, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Truth in Lending Act, the Truth in Savings Act, the Real Estate Settlement Protection Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

We also provide counsel for borrowers, lenders, investors and depositors in matters such as lending transactions or other business transactions, secured transactions, loan workouts, collections litigation, commercial bankruptcies, private equity investments, mortgages and home foreclosures.

Contact Our Attorneys

To discuss your Texas or Colorado banking law issue, contact the Austin attorneys of O'Toole Atwell at 512-476-4740, or briefly describe the problem using this email form.