Lawyers in the firm have represented the mortgage lending subsidiary of a major international bank for over 20 years. Representative cases involve state law statutory and common law claims of alleged violation of the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act, negligent and intentional interference with a business expectancy, slander of title and breach of contract. In addition, the firm has defended claims arising under federal statutes and regulations, including RESPA, TILA, the FDCPA and the FCRA. This representation has resulted in unsurpassed experience in cost effectively and efficiently handling such claims in both state and federal court. Out of over 200 claims handled over the last 20 years, the Firm has been successful in securing resolution of many of these claims on pretrial motions but also has the capability to effectively defend lending clients in litigation arising from such claims, including but not limited to successfully conducting jury trials.