Mark Ladner is a member and former co-chair of the firm's Financial Services Litigation Practice Group.
Mr. Ladner has more than 30 years of experience representing banks, credit card companies, and other financial institutions in the areas of antitrust and complex business litigation. In particular, he handles a variety of class actions challenging the structure and practices of the payment card industry, the setting of credit card fees, the propriety of collateral protection insurance programs, and the disclosure and setting of charges to holders of credit cards. These cases involve issues arising out of the Sherman Act, the Federal Arbitration Act, the RICO Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Truth in Lending Act, and state insurance and deceptive trade practices acts.
Clients value Mr. Ladner’s extensive experience, in addition to his ability to explain complex issues in lay terms and keep them informed throughout the litigation process. Mr. Ladner has been recommended by Chambers USA in both the Financial Services Regulation and Antitrust practice areas, where clients describe him as “a thoughtful litigator” and “a fine antitrust litigator with an established background in the financial services sector.” He has also been ranked by Legal 500 US 2017 in Financial Services Litigation.