New York Collection Law Update
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Navigate the maze of federal and state statutes and case law in order to help your clients collect their money!
Attorneys are often presented with clients who risk losing cash flow due to the nonpayment of a debt by others. Attorneys must navigate the maze of federal and state statutes and case law in order to help their clients collect their money in an efficient and ethical manner. This topic helps attorneys learn how to evaluate a case, comply with federal and state statutory restrictions on collectors and explores the use of confessions of judgment, stipulations of settlement and arbitration as alternatives to litigation to collect money from debtors. The topic also explains numerous devices provided by the CPLR to enforce money judgments and avoid the many traps that impede an attorney's ability to successfully collect money on their client's behalf. This topic is critical for attorneys who practice in the area of business law, contracts and litigation and who represent clients who are owed money from individual and or company debtors.
Anthony Galano III, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole James K. Landau, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole
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