Rimon Law Adds Banking and Financial Services Attorney, John Mussman, to Chicago Office

News Rimon Law Adds Banking and Financial Services Attorney, John Mussman, to Chicago Office John R. Mussman · January 27, 2016

John Mussman joins Rimon from Reed Smith. Mr. Mussman has received recognition from numerous publications and ranking agencies, including Chambers USA, and Chicago’s Best Lawyers®.

Mr. Mussman represents banks, mortgage lenders, and other financial services providers, focusing on banking and commercial and consumer credit law. He also represents bank affiliates and non-bank players in the commercial and consumer credit space.

His work includes managing regulatory projects for banks, mortgage companies, finance companies and credit card banks, assisting in the development of electronic banking and other financial products, and representing domestic and foreign financial institutions in complying with federal and state regulatory and licensing requirements. He also drafts and negotiates credit card and merchant agreements with banks for hotels and other nonbank clients.

Prior to law school, Mr. Mussman worked for three years as a research assistant and legislative assistant for United States Senator Edward Zorinsky (D. Nebraska).

Mr. Mussman received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and his B.A. from Kalamazoo College.

Rimon Law, which has 16 offices internationally, has twice been recognized by the Financial Times as one of North America’s most innovative law firms. Rimon’s Managing Partners were both named “Legal Rebels” by the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal. Rimon has also been cited by U.S. News and World Report’s Best Law Firms for five straight years. Rimon also offers full service teams of highly-experienced attorneys handling litigation, corporate, intellectual property, tax and private client work.

“As financial services institutions play a key role in our global economic system, we are happy to welcome John to our firm. He has a reputation as a top banking attorney and someone who has broad bandwidth in the legal terrain governing financial institutions” said Michael Moradzadeh, Rimon Law’s Founding Partner and CEO.