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Lender Litigation & Recoveries

Providing effective solutions for lenders and borrowers dealing with distressed loans.

Dave Marlor and Danny Fitzgerald, experts in this area, will handle matters for you personally. A handpicked team provides them with support.

We have considerable experience of high value and contentious litigation, and have a particular focus on complex property development matters. 

The team takes a hands-on approach. We have attended secondments. We offer regular training sessions and are known for our proactivity. Talk to us about costs. We are always willing to be commercial and can tailor our approach to your needs. We never take a one-size-fits all approach. Our partners remain personally involved from the start of a matter until it is resolved.

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No matter what stage of the debt recovery process you’re at, having a solicitor handle the situation for you will result in a much smoother resolution. 

  • Initial strategic advice including security reviews 
  • Recovering and safeguarding security
  • LPA/fixed charge receiverships 
  • Appointment of administrators 
  • Sales of secured property assets 
  • Professional negligence actions concerning legal and valuation advice 
  • Recovery actions against borrowers and/or guarantors 

Danny's particular expertise in handling litigation for lenders. For over a decade he has dealt with recoveries under loan and guarantee agreements; the appointment and conduct of LPA receivers and negligence actions against professional advisors.

Practical & cost effective

Dave and Danny have provided lenders and borrowers with practical and cost effective legal assistance for over a decade. Having been in practice at Legal 500 and international law firms they have gained a wealth of experience acting for a wide variety of lenders. Clients have included Nationwide Building Society, UKAR (Mortgage Express/ Northern Rock), RBS/Nat West, AIB, Bank of Ireland and other household names. We act for all types of lenders including mainstream lenders, challenger banks, private individuals, short term lenders and peer-to-peer platforms. Instructions are also handled for a number of receivers and other professionals appointed by lenders.