Jeremy M. Halpern is a member of the Banking and Financial Institutions as well as the Broker-Dealer Litigation and Arbitration Practice Groups. His practice with the Financial Institutions Practice Group focuses on representing financial institutions and other lenders in connection with construction loans, revolving lines of credit, and other credit arrangements secured by real estate, as well as representing national and regional clients in a broad range of sophisticated financing transactions, including loans secured by real and personal property, working capital and acquisition loans, and asset-based loans, among others.
Jeremy’s practice in the Broker-Dealer Litigation and Arbitration Practice Group focuses on restrictive covenants and restraints of trade, commercial litigation, and arbitration through the representation of large financial institutions as well as individual key employees. The Broker-Dealer Litigation and Arbitration Practice Group also focuses on disputes relating to the vesting of deferred compensation employment agreements in the financial services industry.
Jeremy previously served as a legal intern to the Honorable Elizabeth A. Kovachevich, Judge, United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.