Bardin has experience representing and advising clients in a broad range of regulatory compliance and transactional matters. He regularly advises financial institution clients regarding compliance with complex state and federal regulations, including regulations relating to banking operations and activities, lending, deposit-taking, and privacy matters.
Bardin also represents clients in connection with a broad range of transactional matters, including real estate acquisitions and developments, financing transactions, asset purchases and sales, and divestitures.
Bardin regularly represents clients in connection with commercial real estate development matters, including hotel and restaurant development projects.
Bardin regularly represents clients in connection with other commercial real estate matters, including purchases, sales and leases.
Bardin regularly represents clients in connection with commercial real estate financing transactions, having experience representing both lenders and borrowers.
Bardin has experience advising financial institution clients regarding compliance with a broad range of banking regulations, including regulations promulgated by the Federal Reserve Board, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Bardin also has experience advising clients regarding compliance with privacy and identity theft regulations, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the Federal Trade Commission “Red Flags” rule.
Bardin has represented a financial institution client in connection with the divestiture of its trust department.
Bardin has represented a client in connection with the purchase and assumption of a $700 million bank.
Articles in the National Law Review database by E. Bardin Simmons Jr.