Anthony E. Loney, Associate

Attorney Anthony E. Loney

Anthony Loney is an associate in ZEK’s litigation group. He is a commercial litigator, practicing in the state and federal courts of Connecticut, both at the trial and appellate levels. Anthony is also licensed to practice law in New York and Florida.

Anthony has been recognized as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers and has published articles concerning Banking Litigation in the Hartford Business Journal as well as in the Connecticut Bankers Association’s quarterly magazine.

He has also committed to contributing to the community. He has served as a Committee Chair on the Board of Directors of the Creative Arts Workshop non-profit in New Haven, Connecticut; and has worked with the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center both on its Advisory Board and in representing disabled veterans in pro bono eviction matters.


Banking Litigation - Anthony regularly defends major banks, financial institutions, and mortgage servicers with respect to various lender liability claims and federal and state compliance issues. These include claims arising under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Real Estate Settlement Practices Act and the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.

Commercial Litigation – Anthony’s practice also includes litigating general business and commercial issues, including fraud, breach of contract, unfair trade practices, finance and commercial disputes arising under the Uniform Commercial Code concerning sales, negotiable instruments, funds transfers and secured transactions.

Real Estate Litigation - Anthony’s practice involves the enforcement of residential and commercial loan obligations including commercial foreclosure actions, escalated residential foreclosures, replevin actions and workouts. Anthony has also litigated matters including quiet title and reformation actions, as well as the negotiation and litigation of matters involving municipal tax, zoning, code enforcement, and lien obligations.


Wahba v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., 216 Conn. App. 236 (2022)

JPMorgan Chase Bank v. Malick, 208 Conn. App. 38 (2021)

Chelsea Groton Bank v. Belltown Sports, LLC, 199 Conn. App. 294 (2020)