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Illinois Bank Lawyer

Illinois Bank Lawyer

What’s an Illinois Bank Lawyer?

Illinois Bank Lawyers come in three main types, corporate (transactional), litigators (commercial collections), and regulatory (compliance) attorneys. Thomas Howard has represented numerous banks, financial institutions, secured creditors and d in litigation to enforce their security interests.

Bank Lawyers for Complex Loan Workouts

Complex loan workouts arise in commercial transactions with many different notes, security agreements, mortgages, guaranties and partners. Attorney Howard frequently helped community banks in complex commercial workouts involving some of the most sophisticated financial products in the banking industry. 

Here’s a list of things a Bank lawyer in litigation can help your financial institution with:

  • Commercial Mortgage Foreclosure
  • Replevin Actions
  • Actions on Guarantees
  • Promissory Notes
  • Commercial Loan Workouts
  • Agriculture Collections

Illinois Bank Lawyer

To assist downstate community banks with flat fees for uncontested litigation, like commercial mortgage foreclosures or actions to collect the collateral base.

He has been awarded Rising Stars by Super Lawyers, and as an Emerging Lawyer by Leading Lawyers from 2015 to 2020.


A Bank Lawyer Should Provide Clear Costs

Sometimes the most complex bank cases get really expensive – especially when the debtors fight. Whether the loan is a straight forward commercial mortgage or a complicated multi lender participation loan governed by hundreds of pages of contract – Illinois Bank Lawyer, Thomas Howard can help lenders and borrowers achieve their goals.


Thomas Howard

Thomas Howard

Real Estate Lawyer

Whether this is your first land use issue or most recent, our office has helped people and businesses alike.

Need A Business Lawyer?

Call our law offices with your legal questions for help on:

  1. real estate contracts
  2. business contract disputes
  3. Shareholder litigation
  4. cannabis business
  5. fraud actions
  6. mechanic's liens


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