Shanahan McDougal has substantial experience representing community and mid-size banks and their holding companies. Shanahan McDougal serves as outside General Counsel for a number of client institutions, including credit unions, where we manage a wide variety of legal matters, such as, audits, regulatory examinations, and other industry-specific matters. We also provide strategy and advice on an as-needed basis for executives and bank boards. Our team of experienced litigators routinely represents banks and their holding companies in many different matters, including claims for unfair and deceptive trade practices, breach of fiduciary duty, lender liability, loan servicing, breach of contract, loan origination, and predatory lending.
Our banking clients benefit from the diverse experience of Shanahan McDougal’s other practice areas, allowing us to assist financial institutions across a broad spectrum of legal matters. Examples include creditor’s rights, commercial and residential real estate transactions, loan workouts, foreclosures, labor and employment, structuring boards of directors, advising as the duties and responsibilities of directors and officers, advising with respect to fiduciary duties of creditors to borrowers, interpreting state and federal banking and other regulations and advising on compliance, general contract matters and other business transactions. Shanahan McDougal represents financial institutions with respect to consumer lending, commercial real estate matters, and general bank operational matters, including employment matter.