Pismo Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 5, 2010
The International Factoring Association (“IFA”) announced the launch of its' Attorney Locator Service. The service was designed to match Factoring Companies, Asset Based Lenders and other Receivables Finance Companies with the right attorney for their needs. This free service can be accessed on the IFA’s website at Attorney Locator Service link and by selecting attorneys in the vendor category listing.
“Our members expressed an interest in having a searchable directory which enabled them to find either local representation in a specific area or law firms which had specialty practice areas that they required.” said Bert Goldberg, President of the International Factoring Association. “We polled IFA members to determine which firms should be listed in our Attorney Locator Service based on their experiences with the law firms. We have created a global directory, which is updated frequently, based on peer-to-peer recommendations. Law firms cannot be listed without a recommendation from our member firms.”
The IFA’s Attorney Locator Service is searchable by geography and practice area and provides a simple, reliable way to find a law firm which has been “pre-screened” by a peer. Attorney specialty practice areas which are searchable include Bankruptcy, Collection/Litigation, Article 9, Contract Law, General Business, Litigation, Tax Law and Factoring. The referring IFA member organization is listed on the search results to provide additional reference information.
There is an attorney recommendation form on the website at http://www.factoring.org/attorneys.pdf.
About the International Factoring Association
Headquartered in Pismo Beach, California and with over 350 corporate members, the International Factoring Association is the largest association of commercial finance companies in the world. Members include factoring companies, asset based lenders and other receivables finance companies. Since 1999, the International Factoring Association has provided a forum for member organizations to meet and discuss issues and concerns, share best practices, disseminate information and promote a single voice to the marketplace. The principal spokesperson for the factoring and receivables finance industry is the International Factoring Association’s Bert Goldberg. For more information visit w http://www.factoring.org.
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