Michael R. Nesfeder is a shareholder in the Firm’s Litigation Group. His practice includes civil litigation, plaintiff’s personal injury litigation, commercial litigation, creditor’s rights and commercial and residential leasing matters. Mr. Nesfeder currently manages creditors’ portfolios totaling $2,000,000, including initiation, litigation and enforcement.
In pursuing creditor’s rights, Mr. Nesfeder represents numerous lenders, credit unions and other commercial entities. In his 30 years of practice, he has collected hundreds of thousands of dollars on behalf of clients. He is skilled at tailoring the litigation process to obtain effective and cost-efficient results, always keeping the primary focus on the amount in controversy.
Timothy D. Charlesworth, chair of the Firm’s International Business & Trade Law Practice, and Michael R. Nesfeder, shareholder in the Firm’s Litigation Group, participated in the Lehigh Valley Chapter of Credit Unions’ annual Financial Reality Fair on Tuesday, March 26 at DeSales University. The event gave nearly 300 students from participating schools firsthand experience with […]
As the economy has continued to grow steadily, the Great Recession of 2008 has become a distant memory. As a result, people have been taking on credit and debt again in droves. Inevitably, this credit expansion leads to individuals defaulting on payments, ignoring collection calls and possibly filing bankruptcy – a frustration with which […]
As an attorney in our litigation group, this is a question that we hear practically every day. And, it’s a question that’s often asked at inception of representation and is especially relevant in the context of filing a lawsuit. At its core, the question revolves around this concept: “Will I be able to recover the […]
We recently inherited my daughter’s cat, Luna, after she graduated from college. I’ve since learned that one thing that cats do is stand on you as you’re watching TV. Now I can relate to the Amazon commercial with the guy lying in bed and the cat standing on his chest when he says, “Alexa, call […]
As a litigator in FLB’s Litigation and Trial Practice group, I’m often asked by clients to represent them on claims based on a written contract. In many cases, these documents are littered with typos, ambiguities, conflicting terms and misidentified parties. Basically, these contracts used by small and large businesses alike, are poorly drafted. Unfortunately, by […]