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Commercial Litigation

Because of our practice size and attorneys with backgrounds specializing in representing the business interests of large firms, our passionate attorneys pair business know-how with the nimble, aggressive, and personalized service you will receive from our small, litigation-focused firm.

We represent businesses, large and small, in their most significant business disputes. Indeed, prior to founding Tycko & Zavareei LLP, partners Jon Tycko and Hassan Zavareei spent many years at a large law firm that specialized in representing business interests. Our lawyers have represented some of the largest, publicly traded corporations in the world, but we have also represented small and medium-sized businesses.

Our law firm is particularly well-suited to represent businesses that are on the plaintiff’s side of disputes. Because of our size, Tycko & Zavareei LLP attorneys litigate in a much more efficient and cost-effective way than larger firms, due to our backgrounds at large firms, we understand how businesses operate and work smoothly with both inside and outside counsel. And, unlike some larger firms, we are always willing to consider contingency fees and other alternative billing arrangements. This ensures businesses can pursue their claims without the need for prohibitive up-front investments of resources. In short, we offer the quality that even the largest businesses expect, with the added benefits of a small, nimble, aggressive, litigation-focused firm.

Our Successes

Tycko & Zavareei LLP has developed deep expertise in the area of residential loan (mortgage) servicing and is handling a number of cases alleging that major mortgage servicing companies routinely violated the legal requirements that apply when a homeowner applies for a loan modification (sometimes called “loss mitigation”) to avoid foreclosure.  The firm currently is pursuing class action litigation against companies such as Nationstar Mortgage (which operates under the name “Mr. Cooper”), Bank of America, and Bayview Loan Servicing.  Each of these cases alleges that the servicer violated the requirements of a federal regulation, 19 C.F.R. § 1024.41, by mishandling borrower’s requests for loan modifications.

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