"My Salesman Did What? How Can I Fix It?"
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm EST
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Sometimes sales has a mind of its own, and can say or do things that impact future collection efforts. Come learn how to work with sales to limit risk and still get the deal done. We will discuss practical tips and tricks to get salesman to (1) buy in to your overall credit strategy, (2) get the proper customer paperwork, and (3) keep the credit department and the customer in the loop.
Rebecca Hicks, Esq. represents owners, contractors, architects and suppliers in a broad range of construction related matters. She has litigated construction defect claims as well as other construction contract issues. She routinely aids clients in perfecting or disputing mechanics' lien claims and federal and state payment bond claims. Rebecca assists clients in drafting, negotiating and interpreting terms of construction contracts and releases. She regularly writes and speaks on a variety of construction related topics.
Rebecca frequently represents financial institutions and other creditors in lawsuits based on promissory notes, guarantees and unpaid accounts. On a regular basis, she obtains judgments for creditor clients without trial, and is able to overcome most common debtor defenses, including usury claims. Rebecca looks for unconventional ways to add liable parties and get to hidden assets. Additionally, she often counsels creditor clients to ensure compliance with federal and state debt collection regulations before litigation.
Rebecca also regularly represents commercial landlords in lease related litigation, including breach of lease, lease interpretation and forcible detainer actions.
Rebecca has significant experience in post-judgment collection proceedings, including garnishments, turnover actions and post-judgment depositions. She works with judgment creditors to identify hidden assets and pursue unconventional legal theories to increase collectability.
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