The Problem With Factoring -- Part 2: "servicing"

In Part 2 Of Our Series On Common Complaints And Issues With Structured Settlement Factoring, The Problem With Factoring, We Cover "servicing." What Is Servicing? Is It Really A Problem? What Is Factoring? Watch This Video For Scott Drake's Interview Of Matt Bracy On This Timely Topic.

The Problem With Factoring - Part 1: Advertising

In This First Part Of The Legal Broadcast Network's Newest Series, The Problem With Factoring, Scott Drake Interviews Matt Bracy, General Counsel Of Settlement Capital Corporation, About Factoring Advertising. Why Does Factoring Advertising Upset So Many People? Are These Ads Over The Top, Or Do They ...

Rothstein's Alleged Scheme Not About Structured Settlements

Scott Rothstein, A Florida Lawyer, Has Been Implicated In A Federal Investigation Concerning Allegedly Fraudulent Investments. Due To Some Early Erroneous Reporting Of This Story, Some Thought This Investigation Concerned Investments In Structured Settlement Payments. Scott Drake Of The Legal Broad ...

California Enacts Major Structured Settlement Transfer Law Changes.

On October 11, 2009, Governor Schwarzenegger Signed Into Law Major Changes To The California Structured Settlement Transfer, Or "factoring", Statute. Senate Bill 510, Co-sponsored By The Chair Of The Senate Judiciary (senator Corbett, A Democrat) And Assemblyman Tran (a Republican), Becomes Law On ...

Federal Court Limits Use Of Arbitration And Rights Of First Refusal In Structured ...

In An Opinion Issued On July 28th, Judge Rosenthal Of The United States District Court For The Southern District Of Texas (houston) Has Enjoined Factoring Company Rapid Settlements, Ltd. From Using Contractual Arbitration Clauses Or Rights Of First Refusal To Circumvent The State Structured Settlemen ...

The Dissipation Myth.

Law Student Jeremy Babener Has Written An Interesting Article Questioning The Basis For The Oft-“cited” Statistics Concerning Personal Injury Plaintiffs “squandering” Settlements. As Mr. Babener Points Out, For A Very Long Time Proponents Have Justified Structured Settlement’s Tax Subsidy, And Oppose ...

Us Government Structured Settlements - Part 2

The Legal Broadcast Network Interviewed Me In A Follow-up To My June 17th Article, Concerning The Unfair Treatment Of Structured Settlement Payees Who Were Injured At The Hands Of The United States Government. Click Below To Watch This Short Interview By Scott Drake.

Unequal Rights For Those Injured By The Us Government

You Are Driving Through An Intersection, And You Have The Green Light. Half-way Through A Car Runs The Corresponding Red Light And Plows Into You, Causing Severe And Life-long Injuries. The Driver Who Hit You Is Working At The Time, Meaning That His Company Will Be Responsible For Your Damages.

Suze Orman (and The Nssta) On Factoring

Several Weeks Ago Reknown Financial Advisor Suze Orman Wrote A Short Article For Oprah Winfrey's Magazine, Wherein She Offered Advice To A Structured Settlement Recipient On Factoring. The Nssta (the Predominant Trade Group For Structured Settlement Brokers And Insurance Companies) Immediately Seize ...

Court Of Appeals: Public Policy Favors Court Approved Transfers.

The California Court Of Appeals In Fresno Issued A Surprising Opinion This Week On A Group Of 11 Jg Wentworth Factoring Cases. In 321 Henderson Receivables Origination V. Sioteco, The Court Reversed The Much Publicized Trial Court Decisions That Had Sent Shock Waves Through The Factoring And Structur ...

Factoring Company Advertising

Operatic Vikings, Cartoon Dogs And Cash Cows? Advertising Practices Of The Structured Settlement Factoring Business Have Long Roiled Primary Structured Settlement Brokers And Insurers. Since The Advent Of Peace Between The Two Businesses In Circa 2000, This One Issue Has Persisted In Feeding The An ...

47th State Enacts Structured Settlement Transfer Law

North Dakota Became The Newest State To Add A Structured Settlement Factoring Law To Its Books, With The Enactment Of Hb 1205. Signed By Governor John Hoeven On March 24th, The New Transfer Law Will Apply To All North Dakota Factoring Contracts Entered Into After July 31, 2009.