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Secured Transactions: What Creditors Need to Protect Themselves

By A. Anthony Rohach, Esq.

Part Two of a Three Part Series.

In Part One, I mentioned that the creditor can and probably should “put the world on notice” of a security interest. 584 more words

Why is independent legal advice necessary?

When a lender asks for a personal guarantee, it usually comes with the requirement that the proposed guarantor seeks independent legal advice. We are often asked why and what type of legal advice should be given, read on to find out. 420 more words

Banking

WHAT IS A SECURED TRANSACTION? WHY EVERY BUSINESS OWNER SHOULD CARE.

By A. Anthony Rohach, Esq.

Part One of a Three Part Series.

Your business sales are up and more importantly, your sales projections are increasing. In the near future your “small business” will need more resources to sustain the projected sales volume. 537 more words

MY ACCOUNTS OWE ME MONEY, WHAT DO I DO NOW?

By A. Anthony Rohach, Esq., MBA, JD

You have a great business to business idea. You think it might work, other businesses or individuals consumers may actually buy what you’re selling. 681 more words

Debt Collection A to Z: P is for Publication

Hear ye!  Hear ye!  Now hear this….be careful what you publish and how you publish.  This maxim definitely applies to debt collectors.

Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (applies only to debt collectors; not original creditors) and the North Carolina Debt Collection Act (applies to ALL species of debt collectors including individuals collecting on their own debt) when you are making  … 496 more words

Debt Collection Defense

Dealing with an Out of State Series LLC? Don't Go Alone.

If you are in Michigan and evaluating an investment, transaction or other dealing with a Series LLC in another state, you may be wondering “what is this thing?”  Which is an excellent question, since the “Series LLC” form is not available under Michigan law, and is unfamiliar to Michigan business people (and many attorneys and accountants too). 423 more words

Cleary discusses American Bankruptcy Institute's Proposed Chapter 11 Reforms

On December 8, 2014, the American Bankruptcy Institute (“ABI”) Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11 (the “Commission”) issued its Final Report and Recommendations (the “Report”). 1,110 more words

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