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Eli Wald on Assignability of Unpaid Legal Fees Lawsuits, Burnison v. Johnston, 277 Neb. 622 (Neb. 2009).

In Burnison v. Johnston , the Supreme Court of Nebraska held that a law firm may assign its right to collect unpaid legal services. This Commentary, written by Professor Eli Wald, a legal ethics expert, summarizes the pertinent legal issues decided by the Court and provides important insights for practitioners...

Year-end countdown: accounts receivable

As we approach the end of September, firms with fiscal years ending in December should already be taking the first steps in their year-end fee collection campaign. Your firm's billing team will probably do most of the heavy work, but in well-managed law firms the billing partner for each file...

State Net Capitol Journal – September 3, 2012

Budget & Taxes LA LOOKING TO COLLECT ON OUTSTANDING DEBTS: The government of Louisiana is owed more than $1.5 billion by businesses, municipalities and others. And last month, a trio of financial experts offered the state advice on how it should go about collecting on that debt. Shawn Romero...

State Net Capitol Journal – September 3, 2012

Budget & Taxes LA LOOKING TO COLLECT ON OUTSTANDING DEBTS: The government of Louisiana is owed more than $1.5 billion by businesses, municipalities and others. And last month, a trio of financial experts offered the state advice on how it should go about collecting on that debt. Shawn...

California: Accounts Receivable Purchase of Liens at Reduced Value - Trade Secret or Not?

"AR companies have become a cottage industry that now fills the courts with significant and sometimes unnecessary lien litigation on issues, many as such are presented in the instant petition.” In Gonzalez v. Thang Vi Duong, Inc., 2014 Cal. Wrk. Comp. P.D. LEXIS --, a WCAB panel denied...