David Poitras wrote the article “New Bankruptcy Forms Already in Use” published in the Daily Journal.
You’ve gotten a judgment against that troublesome borrower who hides assets and plays games, but you are afraid that it will be many moons before you are able to collect. You know that one of the best ways to get this kind of person to deal with you is to get a statewide judgment lien […]
Chasing Dollars: The Basic Landscape of Commercial Collection Litigation by Joe Demko and Matt Kenefick gives a comprehensive overview of when, how, and what issues to be conscious of when pursuing Commercial Collection Litigation before, during, and after a lawsuit. Such topics include evaluating the viability of collection efforts, provisional remedies, and judgment enforcement issues. […]
Under California’s foreclosure law, three months must pass after recording a Notice of Default before the creditor can instruct the Trustee to sell the property. While California law requires only 20 days notice before the foreclosure sale, lenders typically instruct the foreclosure company to give 25 days notice, as this is what IRS requires for […]
Robert B. Kaplan’s article entitled "Understand Workouts and Help Avoid Them: Get to Know the Extensive Steps Lenders Take When Working Out Troubled Loans," was published in the November 2007 issue of Scotsman Guide.
Jim Butler, Guy Maisnik and Dick Rogan authored the article, "Condo Hotel Workouts and Turnarounds: Opportunity for the Well-Informed," which appears in the June 2007 issue of Commercial Mortgage Insight.