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Casey Howard is a Partner in Locke Lord's New York office with expertise in representing financial institutions and service providers in both litigation and transactions involving securitizations.
In his litigation practice, Casey represents trustees, servicers, and master servicers in disputes related to Collateralized Loan Obligations, Collateralized Debt Obligations, Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities, and Residential Mortgage Backed Securities. Casey has litigated before all Federal, Bankruptcy, and State Courts in New York. As part of his litigation practice, serving as lead counsel for a national bank, he obtained the dismissal of $500 million in claims against that bank in a single suit. Casey currently manages several litigations related to RMBS securitizations with amounts at issue exceeding $2 billion. Casey has participated in more than a dozen jury trials before the New York State and Federal courts in disputes concerning securitization agreements, real estate transactions, reinsurance agreements, mortgage fraud, and maritime disputes.
In his transactional practice, Casey advises financial institutions and service providers on transactions related to CMBS, RMBS, CLOs and CDOs. This work includes advising clients on their rights and obligations in redemptions, amendments, and restructurings of those transactions.
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