Joseph Cioffi participated in a panel in which cannabis-related businesses learned what they could do to maximize their opportunities to obtain financing in a challenging market, while managing the operational and legal risks that matter most to capital providers.
The course of regulatory reform in the U.S. related to digital assets is likely about to change as a result of the allegations against Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX affiliated entities in bankruptcy. Prior to FTX’s bankruptcy, and with Bankman’s support, the industry was gaining traction in promoting its own views regarding needed safeguards, including oversight and enforcement by the Commodity...
Joseph Cioffi was mentioned in Bloomberg Law, "FTX Looks at Years of Lawsuits to Recover Billions From Customers."
Joseph Cioffi was quoted in an SCI article, "ABS Litigation 'Rules of Engagement' Explained."
In a recent Reuters Legal News article, Joseph Cioffi and Nicole Serratore discuss the Eleventh Circuit Hunstein case and the series of appeals which call into question debt collectors' routine practice of sharing consumer information with third-party vendors as part of collection activities.
The “Location, Location, Location” mantra intended to mean the three things that matter most in real estate should be replaced by “Valuation, Valuation, Valuation.” Valuation is the foundation of a successful CMBS deal and key to setting expectations, from cash flow to recovery. It should take paramount importance in times of economic flux because when, as now, there is uncertainty and the...
Residential mortgage warehouse providers acting under repurchase or “repo” agreements as buyers should be assured that safe harbors under the Bankruptcy Code will permit them to enforce their rights under repurchase agreements when originators file for bankruptcy, but, in reality, third parties may interfere.