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The financial services industry encompasses a broad range of organizations, each with specific areas of concern. Wilson Elser’s financial services attorneys have the breadth and depth of experience to meet the evolving needs of this ever-changing industry and are particularly well suited to assist our clients in navigating today’s challenging economic and regulatory environment.

Wilson Elser draws on a multidisciplinary team of attorneys to approach complex financial issues from many angles.

We assist a wide range of banks, leasing companies and financial institutions with all their legal needs. Our focus is on representing both secured and unsecured creditors and providing practical, creative and efficient legal advice. We offer a broad spectrum of services, including commercial litigation, loan workout and restructuring, judgment enforcement, bankruptcy representation and creditors’ rights. We also advise clients in connection with documenting new commercial loan transactions, including lease transactions, asset-based lending and real estate financing.

Wilson Elser draws on a multidisciplinary team of attorneys to approach complex financial issues from many angles. We bring to the table the combined experience of attorneys in our commercial loan transactions, bankruptcy, real estate and commercial litigation practices to provide the best results for our clients.

Through our national network of offices, Wilson Elser is capable of delivering these services cost-effectively throughout the United States by leveraging firmwide resources to help our clients resolve legal issues and manage business risks.


 
 
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Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules Provide Some Relief from the Fear of Sanctions in ESI, But Preservation Best Practices Remain the Same
Kathleen A. Daly, November 14, 2013
Many potential litigants have been aggressive in their preservation of electronically stored information (ESI) to diminish the risk of spoliation sanctions - a risk driven by courts that have imposed sanctions with little or no showing of either intent to destroy ESI or prejudice to the opposing...