Michael Campbell has successfully recovered money and assets for lenders where others have failed. He is co-chair of the Loan Enforcement practice and brings experience and creativity to the enforcement and resolution of problem loans, and his clients count on his more than 25 years of experience representing lenders and creditors on a variety of matters.
Michael has prosecuted and defended lender liability claims, receivership and loan recovery actions, UCC foreclosures, fraud claims, RICO claims, Regulation B claims, mechanic’s lien actions, injunctive relief and a wide variety of other actions. Michael has also enforced numerous security interests in goods, inventory, equipment, farm products, accounts, leases (including crop leases and trees), intellectual property, riparian rights, and similar personal property collateral.
Michael has also assisted lenders in the workout and restructuring of commercial and agricultural loans, commercial leases and lease assignments, loans guaranteed by the SBA, USDA, Regional Food Enterprise Provision B&I program, and loans subject to state and federal energy and agricultural grant programs. Michael has also assisted lenders in the enforcement, recovery, and priority of state and federal tax credits, including bio-fuels tax credits, historic tax credits, low income housing tax credits, and new markets tax credits.
A skilled litigator, Michael has obtained judgments and settlements totaling millions of dollars in cases involving loan enforcement, asset recovery, foreclosures and fraud. He brings that experience to every engagement for his clients, which include federal savings banks, state chartered and community banks, nationwide loan servicers and mortgage companies.