Fulbright & Jaworski launches sub-prime, credit crisis groupMortgagePress.comfinancial institutions, brokerage firms, title companies, corporate directors
Lawyers working within Fulbright & Jaworski's are
addressing the needs of financial institutions, brokerage firms,
title companies, corporate directors and officers, and public
accounting firms through the international firm's recently
formalized Global Sub-Prime and Credit Crisis Practice Group.
A team of lawyers from disciplines across the firm will work
proactively to guide clients through the vast array of issues the
sub-prime crisis presents, including complex litigation, internal
and governmental investigations, and bankruptcy, and it will
examine clients' internal policies and practices.
"Issues similar to those we now face with the sub-prime fallout
date back to the late 1980s, when many of our lawyers were handling
litigation involving the failed savings and loan industry," said
Stephen C. Dillard, the head of Fulbright's global litigation
department. "This is an area where we can offer our clients the
advice and experience they need to successfully deal with the
Fulbright & Jaworski is a full-service, international law
firm. For more information, visit www.fulbright.com.