|Admiralty/Maritime Law||Antitrust Law|
|Aviation Law||Banking Law|
|Bankruptcy Law||Business Law|
|Civil Trial Practice||Commercial Litigation|
|Construction Law||Corporate Law|
|Employment Benefits Law||Environmental Law|
|Health Care Law||Immigration and Naturalization|
|Insurance Defense||Intellectual Property Law|
|International Trade Law||Labor and Employment Law|
|Medical Malpractice||Municipal Bond/Public Authority Financing|
|Municipal and Zoning Law||Pension and Profit Sharing|
|Product Liability Law||Professional Liability|
|Public Utilities Law||Real Estate Law|
|Securities Law||Tax Law|
|Toxic Torts||Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate|
About this office:
McGlinchey Stafford was founded in New Orleans in 1974. We currently have eleven offices in California, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, Ohio and Texas. Attorneys in these offices work together to maintain a full-service commercial and defense practice in various areas of the law and to provide competent, cost-effective service to our clients.
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice In The State; Banking Law; Financial Institutions Law; Bankruptcy; Reorganization; Creditors Rights; Business Litigation; Commercial Finance; Asset-Based Lending; Consumer Financial Services; Corporate Law; General Business; Executive Compensation; Federal Practice; General Litigation; Government Contracts; Governmental Relations; Legislation; Manufactured Housing Law; Manufactured Housing Finance; International Law; Business Transactions; Structured Finance; Finance; Real Estate; Securities; Taxation; Tax Litigation; Trusts; Estate Planning.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
A “Comfort Letter” Can Play An Important Role In Financing A Branded Hotel
Rose Marie L. Fiore, July 15, 2014
A franchised or “branded” hotel is one affiliated with a major hotel franchisor, such as Hilton® or Starwood®. Hotels that are part of a branded chain typically operate under a franchise agreement. A franchise agreement is an agreement between a franchisor and a franchisee,...
The Ohio Supreme Court Holds that a Lender May Make Short-Term, Single-Installment Loans under the Ohio Mortgage Loan Act, Effectively Rendering the More Restrictive Short-Term Loan Act a “Dead Letter.”
R. Glenn Knirsch,Arthur J. Rotatori, June 17, 2014
On June 11, 2014, the Ohio Supreme Court resolved an issue opened by the Ninth District Court of Appeals of Ohio in 2012: can Mortgage Loan Act (“MLA”) registrants make single-installment loans? In Ohio Neighborhood Finance, Inc. v. Scott, the Ohio Supreme Court unanimously held that,...
FTC Issues Practical Guidance on Furnisher Responsibilities
Laura Hobson Brown,Lauren E. Campisi,David W. Thompson, January 9, 2014
In addition to the recent “how-to” guide on Red Flags Rule compliance, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) recently issued a practical guide to help businesses that furnish consumer information to credit reporting agencies understand and comply with their responsibilities...
Year Established: 1974
Advocate Capital, Inc.; AmeriCredit Financial Services; Auto One Acceptance Corp; Automotive Finance Corp.; Bally Total Fitness; Banconsumer Services, Inc.; Bank One Corporation; Bridgestone Firestone, Inc.; Charter One Auto Finance; Chase Manhattan Mortgage; Chrysler Financial; CompliSource LLC; Dell Financial Services; Fleet-Boston Financial Group; FBS Financial; GE Lighting; Grad Partners, Inc.; Household Automotive Finance; Huntington Capital; Hyundi Motor Company; InfiStar Corporation; Iowa Studen Loan Liquidity; J.D. Byrider Systems, Inc.; Key Bank; Magic American Corporation; Monetrics; Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.; Option One Mortgage Corp.; PNC Bank; Systems & Services Technologies; Toyota Motor Credit Corporation; US Bancorp; Wachovia Corporation; Washington Mutual Bank; Wells Fargo Bank.
(For biographical data on other personnel, see Professional Biographies at New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Monroe, Louisiana, Jackson, Mississippi, Dallas and Houston, Texas and Albany, New York)