What are best practices in commercial collection efforts? What should I say and what should I not say? How should I communicate with our customer? How do I know how many times to call the customer? May I send an email to our delinquent customer with details of the past due account? Can I send the customer a text? We discussed these topics and more during this fast-paced webinar.
We will discuss common contract provisions regarding when payment is due in the construction setting in North Carolina. We will look at “Pay When Paid” provisions, “Paid if Paid” provisions, North Carolina law regarding Payments to Subcontractors and Pay Application language.
How do you document a situation where you are owed money in a business transaction? Can you draft your own promissory note? What specifics are needed in a promissory note? I have heard of a Confession of Judgment but what is it and how can I use it to benefit my business?
We will discuss best practices for using joint check agreements which will include language to best protect business owners. We will discuss how to use other security measures to protect accounts receivable. Our discussion will also include terms and conditions for personal guarantees to protect the creditor.
We reviewed and discussed North Carolina Lien Law and the impact of filing liens. We examined recent case law, clarifying how business owners can protect themselves with claims of lien. What’s the deadline for filing claims of lien? Do you have to involve your customer with filing a claim of lien? We addressed frequently asked questions. We also discussed how to optimize searching using the LiensNC database. This webinar is well suited for both beginners and professionals.
This webinar discusses how to best protect your business when your customers file bankruptcy. How should you respond? What can you do to protect your business now? What are preference payments and how do you avoid them? Are you a secured or unsecured creditor?
Why are contract terms even more important now given the impact of COVID-19? What contract terms might allow for unintended circumstances? We look to see how contract terms and conditions may impact your business, real estate transactions, contracts for services and supplier chains. Every situation and contract is different. Thus, it is important to know if you have exposure and how to respond.
Finance charges and attorneys fees are important provisions in business contracts. Our clients frequently ask how to maximize finance charges and when attorneys fees are recoverable in civil litigation. This webinar will review how and when you can recover attorneys fees in business cases.
Late payment or nonpayment from customers can have a significant impact on your business. We often hear from our clients, “My customer is not paying us on time, what can we do?” “Our client is not community with us now, what should we do?” “When should we hire an attorney to help us correspond with our customer?” “How do I find the attorney that is right for our business?” Register for this fast-paced webinar, hosted by James Vann, as we discuss hiring an attorney to assist with late payment or nonpayment from your customer.
When your business exchanges quote requests, quotes, purchase orders, and contracts with customers or clients, which document’s “terms & conditions” apply? Here’s a scenario we often see in business law: Your business works to establish a contract with a client or customer. Your customer sends in a request for a quote – that request includes terms & conditions. Your company then sends the customer a quote with terms & conditions. Your customer then sends in a purchase order with its own terms & conditions. Your company finally delivers a confirmation which includes its own terms & conditions. So which terms and conditions apply?! Join James Vann during this fast-paced webinar reviewing Terms and Conditions in business contracts. Join James Vann during this fast-paced webinar reviewing Terms and Conditions in business contracts.
COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR FOR OUR CLIENTS & GUESTS Thursday, July 25, 20193:00 – 3:45 PM EST Accepting Checks & Other Forms of Payment From Your Customers Presented by James Vann When a customer writes in the memo field, does that impact collection? What happens when a customer remits payment to another branch? Do you know what to do when a customer …
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m
What should I have done? What should I do next? Join us for this fast-paced webinar discussing potential litigation for you and your business.
Thursday, February 21, 2019 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m
When your customer has a change in their name, ownership or otherwise, what should you do? Join us for this fast-paced webinar to discuss how you can insure you know who you are selling to.
How are you effectively managing customers that are procrastinating in getting you paid? Our firm works with many different types of companies and industries; our attorneys understand best practices to effectively manage accounts receivable for your organization.
Thursday, July 26, 2018 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m Customer Dispute Resolution We will discuss ways to handle Customer Disputes to avoid unhappy customers and customers who do not pay. We will look at ideas and suggestions to handle these issues early in order to improve business relationships and finances. Submit your questions in advance by email and social media: …
Thursday June 21, 2018 from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m Responding to Subpoenas & Preserving Information What do you do when you’ve been served with a subpoena? What is your timeframe to respond? What are you required to do? Can you object to your subpoena? What information must you preserve? JD Hensarling will answer these questions and more during this fast …
Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m Doing Business with LLCs and the Advantages of Using LLCs in Business What is the legal effect of an LLC? When contracting with an LLC, what should you look for? How are LLCs being used today? How can you use an LLC in your business and entrepreneurial efforts? Join us as …
Join us on Thursday, January 18, 2018 for a complimentary webinar discussing “How to Prove Your Case When You Aren’t Being Paid”.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. We as North Carolina businesses collect a great deal of personal identifiable information from our clients and elsewhere. There are a number of requirements your team should follow in order to protect confidential information.
How important are corporate documents? We will host an executive review of important corp. docs in this fast paced webinar.