FACTORING LITIGATION

Have a short term cash crunch and looking to “factor” your invoices? Are you a company looking to loan money to small businesses but are unsure how to adequately protect your investment?

The ability for a business to have a continuous cash flow is vital for success. The Gerber Law Firm,  understands this critical need, and has regularly assisted clients in their factoring needs. Whether you are a company in need of structuring an advantageous factoring arrangement or a company finding yourself entangled in litigation involving fraud and collusion with a Debtor, The Gerber Law Firm is able to meet any and all of your factoring needs. Such experience is not only limited to representing the Factor. Due to his extensive experience, The Gerber Law Firm founder, Roni Most, represents companies and individuals in all aspects of factoring litigation alike.

 

The Gerber Law Firm active and in-depth factoring practice is experienced, trusted and innovative. The Gerber Law Firm can assist you in the following areas:

 

  • Article 9.406 Notification Letters

  • Collection of Attorneys’ Fees from all parties

  • Completion of due diligence investigations

  • Conspiracy Claims between Client and Debtors

  • Fraud and Collusion between your Client and the Debtor

  • Invoice Verification Agreements

  • Language of the Factoring Agreement to protect the Factor

  • Negotiation of the sale or purchase of accounts receivable

  • Negotiation and preparation of factoring agreements

  • Notification of debtors

  • Preparation of asset assignment agreements and other documentation ancillary to the factoring agreement

  • Securitization of rights to assets

 

If you are a business or individual confronted with a factoring issue, make sure you have a seasoned advocate, who is well-versed in the intricacies of factoring litigation. The Gerber Law Firm provides an upfront no-nonsense assessment of a client’s case, and works with individuals and business to obtain the best end result in light of the facts, the law, and the client’s stated objectives. When the factoring law matter that you or your business is facing is important, make sure you have an experienced factoring lawyer who has the time to discuss your situation with you, explain your options, and represent you. When it matters most, contact The Gerber Law Firm.

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