increasing regularity, the U.S. Supreme Court and various lower
federal and state courts are being asked to address major policy
issues affecting the future of America's financial institutions
and other matters that are of importance to businesses and individuals
- As regional and interstate expansion continues,
cross-industry acquisitions increase, and turf battles occur between
competing interests, litigation will develop in both federal and
state courts that will affect the expansion opportunities of banks
and other entities, and in turn trigger legislative and regulatory
Bank and thrift failures and similar issues
have posed continuing problems for financial institutions, depositors,
creditors, investors, and others. The ensuing litigation
has been both complex and far-reaching, and we have dealt with
literally hundreds of cases on the subject.
Litigation involving Internet commerce and
individual transactions will increase and become more complex,
as new laws and regulations are devised, and the unregulated
are subject to creative efforts to regulate and restrain them.
The battles in this area are apt to be fierce and result in
laws and regulations fashioned by legislators and regulators,
and ultimately by the courts.
D. Naegele & Associates regularly advises clients on judicial
developments and intercedes on their behalf. We have extensive experience in litigation and the recovery of monies
from federal agencies, having recovered approximately $10 million
for our clients in recent years.
We have been particularly active in litigation stemming
from the problems of American financial institutions, the Anti-Tying
Provision of the Bank Holding Company Act (see our Published
Articles on the subject), and class action disputes involving
Internet commerce and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations
your litigation needs, especially involving the federal courts,
can help you.