LENDER LIABILITY EXPERT WITNESS CASE STUDIES

Law Firm Fails To Conduct Due Diligence On Commercial Loan Recipients LENDER LIABILITY Expert Case

This case involves an alleged breach of the standard of care regarding the legal due diligence for a loan executed in the state of Florida. The plaintiff is an insurance company that insured a loan of $15 million made by a bank for the purchase of real pro …

Bank Sued over Government Loan Service LENDER LIABILITY Expert Case

Bank Sued over Government Loan Service

Following a bank’s refusal to enroll their client into a government loan service in Delaware, she decided to sue. The client, a working single mother, had asked her employer for an advance payment due to financial hardship, believing she would soon be en …

Commercial Real Estate Expert Discusses Equity Dispute LENDER LIABILITY Expert Case

Commercial Real Estate Expert Discusses Equity Dispute

A large equity firm in Georgia was sued by a client after refinancing their real estate loans for a one percent fee. McGuffin Medical chose to refinance their multi-million portfolio with Fantsam Equity and agreed to enter into joint ventures with Fantsam, …

Lending Bank’s Involvement in Marketing Developer’s Property is Questioned LENDER LIABILITY Expert Case

This case takes place in Florida and involves a bank that was promoting a property with an appraisal value of $21,000,000, (it had provided funding for) to prospective investors. A developer secured financing from a bank to purchase a piece of property. Th …

Banking Expert Witness Evaluates Floor-Plan Financing Lawsuit LENDER LIABILITY Expert Case

…  20, 20102010 Ark. App. 64373 S.W.3d 399 Background: Lender filed a suit against borrower for amounts past due under floor-plan …  advantage, violation of federal backing laws and lender liability.   Expert witness: Tri-Eagle offered testimony of two expert …

Construction Loan Marred by Potential Conflicts of Interest LENDER LIABILITY Expert Case

Construction Loan Marred by Potential Conflicts of Interest

This case involves two small business owners that believe they were defrauded by a bank that lent them money through Payday Loan Credits and an agent that was acting in the bank’s interests. The plaintiffs are owners of a restaurant that formed an LLC. Bot …