Factoring 101: The Truth About Servicing

This Is The First Article In A New Series On Structured Settlement Factoring Basics. These Articles Will Attempt To Educate About Factoring, Open A Dialogue On Some Basic Factoring Issues, And Dispel Rumors And Misunderstandings. If There Is A Topic You Think Should Be Addressed Here, Please Let Me ...

West Virginia Wrap-up

A Structured Settlement Factoring Bill Did Pass The West Virginia Legislature This Year, And Is At This Moment On The Governor’s Desk. This Bill (hb 4613), Which Is Anticipated Will Become Law Shortly, Differs Drastically From The Original Proposal That Caused Such A Stir (see Our Last Blog Post, “wh ...

What’s Going On In West Virginia?

Pat Hindert And John Darer Have Both Written About Legislation Proposed In West Virginia That Would Radically Alter The Current Law There, As Well As Depart From The National Model Act And Standards Used In Most States. As Identified By Hindert, The Proposed Law, Hb 4380, Has Three Essential Elements ...

Misinformation And Misconception -- Part 2: The Broker’s Fees Debate

I Have Written Before About The Vast Amount Of Misinformation Out There On Structured Settlement Factoring. But, Misinformation Is Only Part Of The Problem. Underlying Some Of The Misinformation And Some Of The Criticism Of The Factoring World Is An Inherent Belief That Factoring Is Evil (or At Least ...

Misinformation And Misconception

When It Comes To Structured Settlement Factoring, Terms And Terminology Get Constantly Mixed Up, Misquoted And Misrepresented. Folks Can’t Seem To Get It Straight That “structured Settlement Brokers” Are Not In The Factoring Business And Factoring Companies Are Not In The Structured Settlement Broker ...

2007 Nasp Conference

The National Association Of Settlement Purchasers (nasp) Held Its 3rd Annual Conference In Washington Dc Last Month. Once Again The Event Was Well Attended By Structured Settlement Factoring Company Executives And In-house Counsel, In Addition To Outside Counsel Representing Factoring Companies Aroun ...

More Old News

In Another Example Of How Outdated Or Inaccurate Information Manages To Stick Around On The Internet, I Recently Found An On-line Article Called, “selling Your Structured Settlement.” This Article Is Part Of “expertlaw”, Which Purports To Be An On-line Expert Witness Source And Also Contains A Sort ...

Old News

One Of The Ironies Of Living In The “information Age” Is That Information Tends To Stick Around, Even Beyond Its “expiration Date.” This Is Nothing New Really, Since The Written Word Has Always Had A Durability Beyond The Writer, And Often To His Chagrin. The Difference Today Is That Written Words Ar ...

Words Are Important: Politics And The Language Of Structured Settlement Factoring ...

As George Orwell Implies In His Famous Essay “politics And The English Language,” Words Used To Describe Things Affect A Kind Of Control Over The Things They Describe. Language Forms The Basis Of Thought, Since We Think In Words. Unless Something Can Be Named, We Have Difficulty Holding It In Our Min ...

Be Prepared – An Outside Counsel’s Perspective On The Court Approval Process

We Are Pleased To Feature This Article By Michael Green, Esq., Of Philadelphia. Mike Is An Accomplished Attorney Who Represents Many Factoring Companies In Pennsylvania And New Jersey. You Can Reach Mike At 215-972-5520, Or Via Email At Mgreen@michaelgreenlaw.com. For More Information, Visit Mike's ...

Settlement Capital Corporation's New Website

Settlement Capital Corporation’s (scc) Website Has Been Revamped To Better Reflect The Various Financial Services We Offer. The New Site Provides A User Friendly Navigation System To Find And Locate Information On Our Core Financial Services. It Allows Our Diverse Customer And Consultant Base Of Cons ...

The Factoring Process

When You Decide To Sell Some Or All Of Your Future Structured Settlement Payments, Here’s What You Can Expect: 1. Negotiating The Terms: Like Any Other Business Transaction, A Sale Of Structured Settlement Payments Will Have Some Elements That Are Negotiable. The Most Important Part Of A Structure ...