A must-have reference for attorneys, factors, their clients, bankers, accountants, judges, and businesspersons who sell or purchase goods or services.
Main Volume Information
American Factoring Law delves into the complex topics involved in factoring by American factors, including:
The 2016 Cumulative Supplement includes:
Recent developments in the factoring industry and the impact of economic forces, with a focus on the monetary policies of the Federal Reserve and other central bankers
A comprehensive review of historical decisions on factoring law from the courts of England, several of which were recently located and originally cited by American judges developing early American factoring law
An expanded chapter covering supply chain financing (reverse factoring) as well as recent court rulings on purchase order financing, litigation funding, and merchant cash advance (MCA) transactions
A review of recent judicial decisions on the true-sale of accounts to a factor
Discussion of disputes between factors and account debtors, including a commercial factor's action against an alleged account debtor who paid the factor’s client over notice, and the factor’s associated claim for conversion.
A wealth of new material on bankruptcy issues which impact commercial factors such as factors denying an individual debtor’s general bankruptcy discharge or the particular indebtedness to the factor, and the difference between a post-petition “recoupment” and a post-petition "set-off"
. . .a comprehensive treatise covering the business and legal aspects of the factoring industry ... a must read for professionals who work in the business ... not written in legalese and ... an easy read for the well informed business person.... The research and writing that went into the making of this book is phenomenal.
Commercial Factor, May/June 2014
American Factoring Law ... is a comprehensive, well organized, exhaustively researched and, above all, clear statement and explanation of modern factoring law. Whether you are a neophyte in the world of factoring or a seasoned practitioner, this book is a must-have for your law library, and possibly for your own office bookcase.
American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, October 2011
American Factoring Law is the first comprehensive treatise on factoring law in America. It offers a detailed, practical analysis of legal and business issues faced by factors, their clients, account debtors, guarantors, third-party lenders, and taxation authorities. American Factoring Law is unrivalled in its coverage and analysis of asset-based lending and commercial finance.
UVA Lawyer, Spring 2011
Writing a book about the legal issues affecting the factoring industry is a daunting task. American Factoring Law has lived up to and has conquered this challenge. The book is well written and meticulously addresses the legal and business issues which affect the factoring industry… a valuable resource for professionals who work in and service the factoring industry. I look forward to using the book on a regular basis.
Factoring is one of those things that most commercial lawyers know a little about. The problem is that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Fortunately, David Tatge, David Flaxman, and Jeremy Tatge lead us from danger with their comprehensive treatise American Factoring Law. From the historical development of American factoring to the use of factoring in tax planning, the authors clearly and concisely answer the questions that need to be asked when factoring is involved.
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