NEW YORK, N.Y. --  McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Rajdai “Camille” Singh has joined the firm’s Financial Services Litigation practice group as an associate in the New York office. Camille focuses her practice on representing consumer financial services companies in litigation matters.

A versatile financial services litigator with more than 20 years of legal experience, Camille represents secured creditors, banks, mortgage servicers, and investors in motion practices as well as in court appearances from trials through appeals. 

“As McGlinchey’s presence in New York grows, our team remains dedicated to providing excellent services to our clients,” said Mikelle Bliss, managing member of the New York office. “Camille’s skills and experience will be a great asset to our financial services clients.”

Camille is the third attorney to join McGlinchey’s New York office in the last six months. Her arrival is part of the firm’s continued, significant growth locally and nationwide. It is also in line with its ongoing strategy to attract like-minded attorneys who want large firm resources with a friendly, small-firm atmosphere.

“We are excited to welcome Camille to McGlinchey,” said Shaun Ramey co-chair of the firm’s nationwide Financial Services Litigation practice group. “Her litigation experience is a welcome addition to our growing practice group and her deep understanding of the real estate market will further enhance our service offerings in the financial sector. We look forward to providing her excellent insights to our clients.” 

Camille has extensive experience working with client litigation matters involving condominium, cooperative, and tax lien foreclosure actions, as well as residential and commercial contract negotiations, acquisitions, and development. Admitted to practice in New York, Camille received her J.D. from the City University of New York School of Law. She earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration, and planning, cum laude, from the City University of New York John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

McGlinchey’s Financial Services Litigation practice is the firm’s largest, with 65 attorneys spanning 15 of McGlinchey’s 17 offices in 11 states plus Washington, DC who are licensed in 25 states. Since the beginning of 2022, the group has made 16 new attorney hires in 11 offices. The team’s attorneys are recognized nationally as industry authorities, from Chambers USA to Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers honors. Their collective experience includes federal and state regulatory and enforcement proceedings, hundreds of class actions in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts, and tens of thousands of consumer litigation matters. The group represents every type of financial services company, including national and state-chartered banks, finance companies, mortgage lenders and servicers, credit card issuers, automobile lenders, student lenders, community banks, thrifts, credit unions, and insurance providers. 

The attorneys in McGlinchey’s New York City office, which opened in 2014, focuses on consumer financial services litigation and other commercial litigation matters, representing some of the largest financial institutions in the United States.

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