FLORIDA BANKING LAWYERS HELPING CLIENTS WITH FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Assisting lenders, creditors, consumers and commercial clients throughout Florida
Our financial services practice consists of representing local, national and foreign banks in mortgage and asset-based lending and equipment leasing companies in multi-million dollar construction loans, equipment leasing transactions, purchase money mortgage lending and refinancing. Jeck, Harris, Raynor & Jones also represent lenders in loan workout situations, asset recovery and foreclosure actions against both real and personal property. Examples of our attorneys work include representing an equipment leasing company in a multi-million dollar construction loan and leasing sophisticated medical equipment, a foreign bank in a multi-million dollar development loan for a barrier island residential development project and national and local banks in commercial and residential mortgage lending.
Attorneys Philippe C. Jeck, Jeffrey S. Raynor, D. Bruce Kratz and Richard D. Percic assist clients in banking practice areas, including:
- Banking law
- Mortgage law
- Negotiable instrument
- Secured transactions
- Real estate
- Letters of Credit
Jeck, Harris, Raynor & Jones, P.A.’s litigation practice is primarily commercial. Our firm handles all stages of litigation in federal and state courts, including appellate work as well as arbitration and mediation. The practice includes lender workouts and foreclosures, foreclosure defense, governance disputes, commercial arbitration and other commercial cases.
Examples of our experience include representing a lender in a multi-million-dollar shopping center foreclosure and ensuing deficiency judgment proceedings, representing a British corporation’s interests in foreclosure and tax deed litigation, representing both private and institutional lenders and borrowers in foreclosure actions, and acting as local counsel in complex commercial litigation matters
Attorneys Geoffrey L. Jones and D. Bruce Kratz assist clients in banking related litigation practice areas, including:
- Deficiency proceedings
- Promissory note/commercial paper collections