Alex Dugan regularly represents financial services and mortgage company clients with compliance matters, including risk management and remediation, state investigations, regulatory compliance, and operational implementation of legal guidelines. Alex’s practice focuses on the bankruptcy compliance and regulatory concerns that her clients face.
With this experience and perspective, Alex provides daily guidance to clients on bankruptcy-related regulatory and compliance matters, supervises large-scale remediation projects, designs and presents bankruptcy training programs, implements changes to business practices that are required as a result of new statutes and regulations, and works through operational matters that arise daily in a client’s bankruptcy department. She works directly with her clients’ internal legal department and business leaders to identify the most efficient and effective measures to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local requirements and mitigate risk. Alex also routinely responds to inquiries from government entities, including the Department of Justice (DOJ), on behalf of her clients.
In addition to her compliance work, Alex represents mortgage companies in litigation matters across the country—including advising clients and local counsel concerning best practices.
Alex’s practice also includes representation of debtors and secured creditors in Chapter 11 cases, out-of-court workouts, reorganizations, restructurings and liquidations. Her practice spans a wide range of industries, including bank and non-bank lenders, investors in distressed assets, legal, automotive and commercial real estate. Alex is a regular monthly contributor to the Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser.