Rick Rein focuses his practice on creditor's rights, loan enforcement and creditor bankruptcy representation. He regularly advises secured creditors in workout and restructuring transactions, including forbearance agreements. He also assists secured creditors in recovering pledged collateral through Uniform Commercial Code sales and commercial mortgage foreclosures, in prosecuting claims based on fraud, non-performing loans, intercreditor disputes and loan commitment litigation and in defending creditors against whom claims have been asserted. Additionally, Rick has extensive financial services litigation experience in state and federal venues at the trial and appellate level.
Rick also concentrates his practice in multijurisdictional litigation, specifically the recovery of foreign claims and assets. He is also well regarded for his knowledge of international legal systems and frequently serves as special counsel to the financial services industry, corporations, attorneys, accountants, trustees, receivers and high-net-worth individuals. He has handled complex international banking and fraud matters in more than 40 jurisdictions throughout North and South America, Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe. Rick was the first U.S. attorney to employ the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty in Uruguay. He also was the first U.S. Attorney to obtain Norwich Pharmacal relief in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Eric (Rick) S. Rein