New York, NY (PRWEB) June 4, 2009
Eltman, Eltman & Cooper, a leading credit and collections law firm since 1947, offers its clients the ability to find value in their long dormant judgments. More than 80% of judgments go unpaid. By applying advanced analytics, law enforcement grade investigations and experts in local enforcement processes throughout the country Eltman is able to get many of these unproductive judgments paid.
Eltman developed this specialty in response to the needs of its debt buying clients, who began nearly a decade ago to rely more heavily upon the legal process to collect. Although the legal process can be an effective collection technique, many clients have found that their local law firms are unequipped to provide the investigative and process management necessary to liquidate judgment accounts.
There are several unique factors that contribute to Eltman's judgment enforcement success. The firm uses former police detectives led by a high-ranking NYPD commander --not skip tracers-- to locate debtors and assets. They do this with a degree of professionalism that is unique in the industry. Eltman's network management is dedicated primarily to judgment enforcement and its segment managers are experts in the vastly different legal processes across the country. Eltman also uses dedicated collectors to produce immediate cash flow as the legal process is put to work. In addition to its diversified operational strengths, Eltman has more than 15 years of judgment enforcement data and analytics.
Eltman represents some of the largest debt buyers and collection agencies in the country, who realize that to fail to capitalize on a dormant judgment inventory is to leave money on the table. For more information about this innovative program please contact Howard Barnard at 212 660 3136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eltman, Eltman & Cooper PC
EEC was founded in 1947, the firm has been a leader in the credit and collections bar in the New York metropolitan area. Since 2003, it has broadened its scope to become a national presence. EEC's headquarters are in New York City, and it manages a network of more than 50 other law firms practicing in some 30 states.
Compliance and Ethics
The firm employs a senior attorney to monitor its compliance with all legal requirements. Building on the principles of The Eltman Way, this attorney supervises training the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) for all collection employees. This attorney also trains and instructs collectors on appropriate and professional conversations with debtors, monitors compliance and ethical matters, and is integral to the development and management of the firm's Hardship Program.
Eltman Eltman and Cooper is a member of the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA) and adheres strictly to NARCA's Ethical Aspirations . Eltman Eltman and Cooper is also believed to be the first credit and collections firm to launch a Philanthropy Department. In addition to its own programs, EEC has supported charities across the country, such as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Susan G. Komen Foundation, HeartShare Human Services and the American Cancer Society.
ELTMAN, ELTMAN & COOPER PC
Contact: Ed Tagliaferri