PETER R. BONCHONSKY has more than 33 years of litigation experience in New York State and federal courts concentrating in general banking litigation and commercial litigation. Since his admission to the Bar in 1982 he has been heavily involved in the banking area including mortgages, foreclosure, predatory lending, sub-prime issues, lender-liability, consumer finance actions, loan servicing issues, violations of federal and state lending laws and commercial loan workouts and litigation.

Mr. Bonchonsky also regularly litigates all aspects of real property title insurance matters including, among others, title claims, exceptions, fraud issues and competing lien issues. He also litigates commercial actions involving contracts, fraud, sale of goods and services, business trade secret and proprietary information, restrictive covenants and corporate matters including shareholder agreements and breach of fiduciary obligations, trade libel and interference with contractual relations.

Mr. Bonchonsky also practices in the federal bankruptcy courts involving bankruptcy litigated proceedings with an emphasis on creditors' rights and secured transactions.

Mr. Bonchonsky is also an experienced appellate attorney having argued numerous appeals before the State and Federal appellate courts.

Mr. Bonchonsky graduated from the State University of New York at Albany with majors in finance and economics, and Fordham University Law School class of 1981 and is admitted to practice in New York. He is admitted to the federal courts for both the Eastern and Southern districts of New York, including the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. Mr. Bonchonsky is also involved in numerous professional organizations including the Nassau County Bar Association where he has served on the Banking, Bankruptcy and Real Estate committees. He has served as the Chairman of the Nassau County Bar Association Banking Committee (1997-1998). He has written and lectured on commercial law issues primarily on the topics of Mortgage Foreclosures, Lender Liability, Real Estate Liens, and the enforcement of rights and remedies relating to loan obligations. (Email address: )