With more than 40 years of experience, Leduc Frank has provided legal services for financial institutions to help them achieve their goals and negotiate their hurdles.
Been there…done that
Tom Leduc learned credit union operations from the ground up – as a front-line teller, loan officer, credit and collections manager, branch manager, assistant manager and director. In addition, he knows first-hand the challenges you face running your institution on a day-to-day basis. His five years as the director of Regulatory Affairs at the Michigan Credit Union League earned him a reputation as a compliance problem-solver and strong advocate for credit unions in the regulatory arena.
Chris has been in private practice for over 12 years, joining Tom in 2009 to expand the firm’s scope to include bankruptcy, collections, foreclosure and other creditor’s rights.
With a combined 40 years of private law practice, Leduc Frank has provided sound, practical legal advice to hundreds of institutions in Michigan and elsewhere.
Whether you’re contemplating a merger or field of membership expansion, facing a claim for breach of presentment warranty on a negotiable instrument, responding to issues cited in your last examination, aggressively pursuing a debtor in bankruptcy, or foreclosing on your mortgage interest, your institution can benefit from our unique breadth of experience.
Put Leduc Frank to work for you.
Thomas C. Leduc
Tom is a shareholder of the Royal Oak, Michigan law firm Leduc Frank, which provides a wide range of legal services to credit unions and other financial institutions. Prior to starting his own firm, The Leduc Group, in May 2009, Tom spent more than nine years as a named partner at a Southfield, Michigan law firm, where he provided a diverse array of legal services to scores of financial institutions throughout the state. Read More
Christopher E. Frank
Christopher E. Frank received a Bachelors of Arts from Tulane University in 1999. He earned a J.D. from South Texas College of Law in 2002, and is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan, the State of Texas, and the Federal Courts. Chris’ areas of focus are creditor’s rights, including bankruptcy, collections and foreclosure.Read More