Nick Deenis handles a wide range of legal disputes. He focuses his practice on complex litigation, including class actions and RICO claims, UCC litigation, insurance defense litigation, fidelity and surety bond claims, employment litigation and labor matters, health care law and general commercial litigation. He has a broad base of experience in all types of litigation matters, and has practiced extensively in both federal and state courts, regionally and throughout the country.
Mr. Deenis represents national and local banks, focusing primarily on claims under Articles 3, 4, and 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code and the Electronic Funds Transfer Act. He has extensive litigation experience in check fraud and related claims and counsels banks on an ongoing basis regarding such check fraud claims and electronic transfers.
He has extensive experience in defending banks, mortgage lenders and servicers, auto finance companies, and other financial services companies in a wide variety of state and federal consumer protection claims, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Truth-in-Lending Act and Regulation Z, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, and state unfair trade practices and consumer protection laws.
Mr. Deenis has also represented insurance companies in complex coverage and related disputes involving commercial and personal lines, including general liability, excess, umbrella, property, life, professional liability, accident, homeowner’s and health insurance. He has broad experience in the areas of health insurance claims and litigation, including ERISA litigation.
Mr. Deenis is also active in the firm’s fidelity and surety law practice, having represented fidelity and surety bond companies throughout his career.