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Credit Applications – Getting It Right from the Start So You Get Paid!


Wed, March 9, 2016


Credit Applications – Getting It Right from the Start So You Get Paid!

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Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm EST
Cost: Members: $249
NonMembers: $299

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Join Attorney Karen L. Hart for best practices for credit applications. Karen will explain the legal importance and function of credit applications and personal guaranties. She will cover the “must-have” terms and the pitfalls to avoid in credit applications and personal guaranties. Karen will show you how to use a credit application as a tool that can protect your bottom line and ultimately help you get paid.


Karen Hart, Esq.

Karen Hart is a business attorney with over a decade of experience litigating complex commercial disputes.

Karen counsels clients on contract and payment disputes as well as real estate and landlord-tenant disputes. She is a tireless advocate for her clients, who seek her guidance on perfecting lien and bond claims, lien priority disputes, foreclosure suits, lis pendens, commercial evictions, specific performance claims, securities issues, promissory note matters, professional liability defense, insurance claims and reporting issues, bills of review, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, 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, advising on international transactions for clients increasingly involved in global business and trade.

Karen uses creative pre-litigation negotiation and risk management and avoidance techniques to keep her clients out of court. She also employs innovative asset investigation and preservation and judgment enforcement tactics, including international enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards.

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