Norman Roos, a member of the firm's Business Transactions Group, concentrates his practice on transactional, regulatory, and technology matters relating to the financial services and real estate industries.
Norm represents banks, insurance companies, diversified financial service companies, and other publicly and privately held entities on a broad range of matters involving consumer and commercial credit transactions with a special focus on mortgage banking. He handles corporate and contract matters, and his experience includes bank acquisitions, all varieties of traditional bank lending, student lending transactions, timeshare finance, and commercial real estate financing. He also serves as an outside general counsel for financial institutions and a state trade association.
Norm has extensive experience with large-scale and complex financial transactions. He assisted a major lender with the establishment of a nationwide manufactured home construction loan program. He has also represented banks and mortgage companies in the acquisition and disposition of performing and nonperforming loan portfolios. In addition, Norm assists clients, including card issuers, payment processors, and merchants, on payment processing matters and contracts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Norman Roos