Effective Demand Letters: Securing Payment & Avoiding Liability
- Wed, October 24, 2018, 03:00
Cost: Members: $95
US: 3:00pm ET
About the Webinar
Join attorney Karen L. Hart to learn how to prepare effective demand letters that will help you get paid and keep you out of trouble. Karen will cover the demand process, structuring different types of demand letters, including demand for payment, acceleration notices, and return of collateral or other property, avoiding liability under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and avoiding usury counterclaims. Karen will help you understand and avoid typical demand pitfalls and mistakes and will help you write stronger, more effective demand letters that will streamline the collection process and increase your bottom line.
About the Speaker
Karen Hart, Esq.
Karen Hart is a business attorney with over 15 years of experience litigating commercial disputes. Karen counsels clients on real estate and landlord-tenant matters as well as various contract and business disputes. She is a tireless advocate for her clients, providing guidance on business legal matters, such as lease, purchase and sale, brokerage and property management disputes, specific performance claims, commercial evictions, lis pendens, lien and bond claims, lien priority disputes, promissory note claims, commercial foreclosures, bankruptcy claims, professional ethics and liability matters, bills of review, confidentiality, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements and related disputes and injunctive proceedings, and business tort claims, including tortious interference with contracts and business relationships, civil theft, fraud, and misappropriation of trade secret claims.
With a growing global client base, Karen also handles international dispute resolution, including international litigation, arbitration, and mediation. Karen uses creative pre-litigation negotiation and risk management techniques to keep her clients out of court. She also employs innovative asset investigation and preservation and judgment enforcement tactics, including domestications and international enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards.