This webinar will explain the important rules of construction law and how they affect the factoring of construction receivables. More important, Bruce will provide practical steps to follow to protect the Factor against the Client’s breach of its obligations to the Account Debtor as well as typical defenses raised by the Account Debtor, how to anticipate them and place the Factor in the strongest position to collect the debt owed.
- * Basis For Construction Law and Factoring Law in The U.S.
- * Due Diligence Items
- * Estoppel Letters
- * Unique Risks for the Factor
- * Practical Hints to Protect the Factor
Bruce Loren is an attorney licensed to practice in the states of Florida and New York. For nearly thirty years, Mr. Loren has focused his practice on construction law and factoring law. Mr. Loren has achieved the title of “Certified in Construction Law” by the Florida Bar, exemplifying the Bar’s recognition of this expertise. He has always had the highest possible rating “AV” from Martindale-Hubbell, a company that recognizes attorneys based upon peer reviews. The firm’s construction clients include owners/developers, general contractors, specialty contractors in every trade, suppliers and professional architects and engineers who perform work in the U.S., Europe, Africa and Australia. Mr. Loren’s representation and counseling of factoring companies include a wide range of industries, including construction, services, goods, and apparel. Mr. Loren is uniquely equipped to combine his expertise in construction and factoring law to assist clients in this specialized area.
The fee for this webinar is $50 ($75 for Non-IFA Members)
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