Archive for the ‘ Debt Collection Nuts and Bolts ’ Category
You may have heard the old folk saying that you can catch more bees with honey than vinegar. This refers to the idea that you will be more successful in every area of your life by using your best, most polite self (honey) as opposed to your rude, harsh and mean side (vinegar). So kudos [...]
Michigan’s Uniform Commercial Code applies to claims of Open Account when the transaction involves the sale of goods.
For the past several years, I have blogged about issues affecting debt collectors and their opponents, consumers. Some people have taken issue with the fact that I help both the proverbial Coyote and Road Runner. Too bad. Running a successful law firm such as Nitzkin and Associates has its advantages such as taking the cases [...]
My friend and colleague, Howard Young, is a partner at a very prestigious firm here in Michigan called Weisman, Young, Schloss & Ruemenapp, P.C. They are business lawyers with a twist. You see, Howard just started a blog that makes me kind of nervous; it deals with Asset Protection Planning. That is just a fancy [...]
My colleague, Jonathan Stein, writes a collection law blog from the debtor’s perspective. He writes very interesting and insightful pieces. He recently wrote an article describing how a debt collector went to jail for impersonating an attorney and threatening debtors with arrest if they did not pay their bills. Mr. Stein wrote an article in [...]
In the last few months, I have drafted dozens and dozens of Motions for a Receiver over debtors who have failed to satisfy the judgments that I have obtained against them. This effort has been an inordinate success. Indeed, just last week, I obtained a receiver over a debtor, that I will call Mr. X. [...]