At Buckley we focus on three key areas — financial services, government enforcement, and litigation — and do them exceptionally well. How well? Noted legal ranking authority Chambers USA has called our law firm “the best at what they do in the country.”
We provide a full range of regulatory, enforcement, litigation, and transactional services. Our clients include 21 of the 25 largest banks in the U.S., as well as top card issuers, mortgage and auto lenders, and loan servicers. We also represent numerous community and regional banks, fintech companies, and investors, including private equity, venture capital, and joint venture firms.
Our litigators are creative and aggressive advocates who are prepared to go to trial and win — and have done so repeatedly. Whether inside the courtroom or at the settlement table, we have developed a reputation for our ability to obtain the best results possible, often under the most challenging of circumstances.
Over the years, we have extended the scope of our services in response to market developments and government actions, building on internal strengths and acquiring additional talent as necessary. We have built a fintech practice that is on the cutting edge of business, technology, and regulatory innovations involving digital commerce, virtual currencies, payments, money transmitters, marketplace lending, and privacy and data risk. Our transactional work focuses on the needs of financial services entities, including mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, critical vendor and other third-party relationships/agreements, financings, SEC reporting, corporate and board governance, and the acquisition and disposition of loans, servicing rights, and distressed assets.
We are proud of our growth and success, and are equally proud that we have remained true to our vision of creating a premier law firm with a distinctive culture that defines who we are and how we work.
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