Start Business Debt Collection Efforts Early for Better Results
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According to a survey of members of the Commercial Collection Agency Association of the Commercial Law League of America (CCAA), the probability of collecting a delinquent account drops dramatically with the length of delinquency. The survey showed that after only 90 days, the probability of collecting a delinquent account drops to 73 percent. After six months, the probability you will…

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Look for These Red Flags When Deciding Whether to Place Business Accounts for Collection
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When deciding whether or not to put your uncollected business debt up for collection, companies should look for these red flags that indicate when you should consider engaging a business debt collection attorney: If you have been promised payment more than once, but no check has arrived. If the customer keeps requesting additional documentation of the debt, even though you…

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Jayaram Law Group Advises Client on National Online Video Game Tournament
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The Jayaram Law Group recently advised an education video game developer in New York on the preparation and implementation of  rules, regulations, and other guidelines in connection with an online math tournament.  The game of skill is a national and virtual math competition for students around the United States. Jayaram Law Group routinely prepares terms of use, privacy policies, and…

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Firm Obtains Favorable Ruling Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
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The Jayaram Law Group’s motion to direct service upon the embassy of the United Arab Emirates was granted by Judge Aspen in a commercial case pending in the Northern District of Illinois.  The firm represents two American engineering companies in their dispute against a foreign entity in connection with various disputes arising out of the construction of a large skyscraper. …

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Jayaram Law Group Collects $200,000 in Unpaid Customer Invoices on Behalf of Client
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Over the course of the past year, the firm has collected approximately $200,000 in unpaid customer invoices on behalf of its client, a successful workout consulting firm based in New York.  The firm’s efforts arise out of professional consulting services rendered by the client to a variety of investment banks and hedge funds in connection with a significant reorganization pending…

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Kagan Is Sworn in as the Fourth Woman, and 112th Justice, on the Supreme Court
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Kagan Is Sworn in as the Fourth Woman, and 112th Justice, on the Supreme Court By PETER BAKER Published: August 7, 2010 In keeping with tradition, Ms. Kagan first took the constitutional oath given to a wide array of officials and then the judicial oath administered to those wearing the robe. Joined by family and friends in the Supreme Court…

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Limited Discovery of Facebook Allowed in Harassment Case
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It is a fair bet that many of those reading The Legal Intelligencer have neither a Facebook page nor a MySpace account — although when our children reach a certain age, they can certainly tell us about them. But electronic discovery is well upon us, and employment litigation is at the forefront of issues involving social networking sites. A recent…

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Judge Orders Wells Fargo to Pay Back $203M in Fees
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By EILEEN AJ CONNELLY AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) – A federal judge in California ordered Wells Fargo & Co. to change what he called “unfair and deceptive business practices” that led customers into paying multiple overdraft fees, and to pay $203 million back to customers. In a decision handed down late Tuesday, U.S. District Judge William Alsup accused…

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Filmmaker Can Go With ‘Hell’ When It Comes to Company Name
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A federal judge has struck down Pennsylvania’s blasphemy statute — a law that forbids the use of certain blasphemous and profane words in the naming of a corporation — with a ruling that clears the way for the plaintiff to use the name “I Choose Hell Productions” for his film company. In his 68-page opinion in Kalman v. Cortes ,…

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Will Oil Spill Companies Be on Hook for Clean Water Crimes?
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In a new turn for the congressional response to the Gulf Coast oil spill, legislation introduced Wednesday would mandate restitution for victims of some environmental crimes. The bill, sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., is separate from other efforts to increase civil liability for spills. It would amend the section of the U.S. Code relating to when…

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