Welcome to Boyden, Cooluris & Saxe, PCSpecializing in Financial Services Law

BOYDEN, COOLURIS & SAXE, PC is a boutique law firm in Sacramento specializing in commercial financial services law. Our clients are commercial banks and other commercial financial services providers.

We are committed to providing legal services of the same high quality as is available through a national law firm, but at a small firm cost. We are able to provide these superior legal services because we limit our practice to fields of practice in which we are highly skilled.  We enjoy the reputation of being experts in our areas of practice. Yet, the costs of our services are substantially below that of large and medium-size law firms because we pass on to our clients the significant economies of a small firm in Sacramento.

Equally important is our commitment to listen carefully to our clients and to understand their business objectives and needs. That, coupled with our skills, experience and dedication, permits good results for our clients that cause them to be long-term clients.  Indeed, the relationship Boyden, Cooluris & Saxe has with our clients is generally measured in decades.

John G. Cooluris Founding Member

John G. Cooluris specializes in representing and counseling banks, agricultural lenders, captive and non-captive commercial finance lenders and other providers of financial services.

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Gail Clifton Cooluris Member

Ms. Cooluris' current practice focuses on commercial loan transactions, banking law and related regulatory family trust matters, in addition to appellate practice.

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Practice Areas

Commercial, Real Estate and Agricultural Lending

Our firm represents a large number of banks, agricultural lenders, commercial finance companies, and other providers of retail and commercial financial services. The range of matters in which we represent or advise our clients is considerable.

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Loan Workouts and Creditors Rights

We regularly represent and otherwise assist our clients in dealing with the enforcement of their rights as to problem loans, including lender liability matters.

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