Laszlo provides valuable and dynamic counseling to a range of clients in financial services litigation, particularly in the areas of mortgage banking litigation, consumer finance litigation, and auto finance litigation.
Laszlo Ladi is an Associate in Severson & Werson’s San Francisco office, where he practices in the Firm’s Financial Services Practice Group. He represents banks, lenders, servicers, and other financial institutions in related to mortgage banking litigation, consumer finance litigation, and auto finance litigation.
Mr. Ladi has prevailed on countless dispositive motions, favorably settled cases in mediation and otherwise, and has chaired in multiple jury trials in both state and federal court with successful outcomes for his clients. He has defended his clients in state court throughout California, in all four federal court districts in California, and in arbitration proceedings.
Before joining Severson & Werson, Mr. Ladi worked at another firm representing financial institutions related to mortgage lending litigation. Mr. Ladi earned his law degree from the University of San Diego in 2009. He also earned a LLM in taxation from USD in 2009. Prior to law school, Mr. Ladi graduated from the University of California Berkeley in 2005.
Areas of Practice
- University of San Diego School of Law, J.D., 2009
- University of San Diego, LLM Taxation, 2009
- University of California, Berkeley, B.A., Political Science, 2005
- Ladi, L. (2012). “Voluntary Contributions In Short Sales”, CMBA, 4-16.
- Ladi, L. (Winter 2008). Hedge Funds: The Case Against Increased Global Regulation in Light of the Sub-prime Mortgage Crisis, 5 B.Y.U. Int’l L. & Mgmt. Rev. 99
Consumer Finance Posts
- DFPI Conference Call Provides Timeline for Licensing of Debt Collectors and Registration of Newly Covered Persons Under Mini-CFPB
- California Governor signs AB 1864 (California Mini-CFPB) and SB 908 (Debt Collection Licensing Act)
- California’s Mini-CFPB Bill on the Governor’s Desk
- California’s Proposed Mini-CFPB Resurfaces
- California Appears to Table Mini-CFPB for Now