Vice Chair, Financial Institutions Litigation and Regulatory Compliance (“FILARC”) Group
Jonathan Moore concentrates his practice in the area of consumer financial services, representing lenders, servicers, and other financial institutions on a wide array of federal and state regulatory issues.
As a member of the firm’s Financial Institutions Litigation and Regulatory Compliance (“FILARC”) group, Jonathan regularly advises clients on issues involving compliance with the Truth in Lending Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, state unfair and deceptive acts and practices laws, and various other federal and state consumer protection laws and regulations. This representation often involves analyzing regulations promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other agencies, and assisting clients in the development and implementation of new policies and procedures designed to minimize their non-compliance risk exposure.
Jonathan regularly advises banks and other financial institutions in a wide array of vendor management issues, including representation of these entities in the negotiation of master services agreements and related agreements. Jonathan’s practice also involves representation of financial services companies in connection with regulatory inquiries; investigations and enforcement actions; and reviewing and editing notices, disclosures, and other transactional documents utilized by clients to ensure they are compliant with all applicable laws and regulations.
Jonathan has significant experience defending against repurchase demands by government-sponsored enterprises and private investors; pursuing title claims on behalf of consumer mortgage lenders and servicers; resolving chain of title and other vesting issues; and obtaining releases and subordination of prior mortgages, judgments, and other liens. Jonathan also regularly represents emerging and middle-market companies in various transactional matters and represents borrowers and lenders in middle-market financing transactions and loan workouts.