Office with View of Downtown Cincinnati


Wood + Lamping LLP – Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky + Michigan

Wood + Lamping (W+L) has a distinguished history in the areas of real estate, commercial finance, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and litigation. The Default Practice Area at W+L provides its clients with knowledgeable and personal service and representation related to end-to-end, default-related, and REO-related legal services throughout the states of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Michigan.

W+L distinguishes itself from the traditional default firm in that we are not merely a default firm. Not only do we provide a broad range of experience, but our attorneys and staff offer personal service that is unparalleled within the default industry. We take pride in delivering proactive service and communication with a friendly and personal connection. Our experience and expertise allow us to work with our clients to proactively avoid challenges and issues.

Daniel Cox manages W+L’s Default Practice Area. And since 2003 Daniel has concentrated exclusively on the areas of financial services litigation. Practicing in a multistate arena, Daniel has litigated thousands of creditors’ rights actions and consumer claims at various levels of state and federal court. Daniel focuses on consultation and risk analysis, which reduce costs per account while minimizing risk and protecting his client’s interests.

W+L utilizes state-of-the-art technology to manage its default servicing accounts. Most notably, W+L has customized the CaseAware platform to include a waterfall system of checks and balances — to maximize automation, efficiency, and quality and to ensure compliance with CFPB regulations, state and federal regulations, investor requirements, and client requirements. Additionally, W+L provides customizable reports which yield real-time data and analysis.

The Default Practice Area represents creditors in the following areas:

  • Appeals
  • Bankruptcy
  • Collections
  • Eviction
  • Foreclosure
  • Forfeiture
  • Loan workout/loss mitigation
  • REO
  • Title claims