Michael Leon Eisenband

Biography

Michael Eisenband is a member of Blank Rome’s consumer financial services industry team. He primarily represents banks, lenders, and other financial institutions in consumer financial services litigation.

Additionally, Michael represents clients in matters involving claims for breach of contract, lien foreclosure, quiet title, fraud, eminent domain, and general real estate litigation.

Experience

  • Fla. 4th DCA 2015—A financial institution, in an appeal of a trial court’s final judgment which dealt with issues of standing under the Uniform Commercial Code. The appellate court entered an order affirming the trial court’s order in favor of his client.
  • Fla. 4th DCA 2015Represented appellee in an appeal of a trial court’s factual findings as to the court’s jurisdiction over the appellant. The appellate court entered an order affirming the trial court’s order in favor of his client.
  • Fla. 5th DCA 2015A financial institution, in the appeal of a trial court’s order which vacated a final judgment quieting title. The appellate court entered an order affirming the trial court’s order in favor of his client.
  • Fla. 3rd DCA 2015A large financial institution, in the appeal of a trial court’s order of final judgment. Appellant argued that conditions precedent were not fulfilled and that Appellee violated the Truth in Lending Act as well as the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act. The appellate court entered an order affirming the trial court’s order in favor of his client.
  • Fla. 4th DCA 2015A financial institution in an appeal of a trial court’s final judgment of foreclosure. Appellate court affirmed the trial court’s order in favor of his client regarding both damages and standing.
  • Fla. 4th DCA 2016Represented appellee. Moved to dismiss appeal for lack of jurisdiction on the grounds that appellants were seeking review of a non-appealable order. Appellate court agreed and dismissed appeal.
  • Fla. 5th DCA 2016Represented appellee, in the appeal of a trial court’s finding of final judgment of foreclosure, as well as the trial court’s denials of the appellant’s motion to vacate, motion in limine, and motion to dismiss. Issues argued included rescission under the Truth in Lending Act and waiver of the constitutional right to a jury trial.

Recognitions

  • 2016–2017, “Florida Rising Star” in General Litigation, listed by Super Lawyers 

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Credentials

Admissions

  • Florida

Education

  • University of Miami School of Law, JD
  • University of Miami, BBA