“This meeting was limited to executive level members of lenders and factoring companies, and I had the privilege of speaking to them and explaining different factoring issues, especially from the litigation point of view.” - Bruce Loren, a partner at Loren and Kean Law.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (PRWEB) November 13, 2018
Bruce Loren, partner at the law firm Loren & Kean Law, had the privilege of being a part of the “Legal Anatomy of a Work Out” panel along with fellow panelists Gary M. Krasna (Gary M. Krasna, P.A) and Jeffrey A. Wurst (Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C.) at the Independent Finance and Factoring Roundtable 2018 conference hosted recently by the Commercial Finance Association (CFA) in New Orleans, LA.
“I had the privilege of being a sponsored speaker at the Commercial Finance Association Roundtable Meeting in New Orleans. This meeting was limited to executive level members of lenders and factoring companies, and I had the privilege of speaking to them and explaining different factoring issues, especially from the litigation point of view. How to deal with disputes how to avoid litigation as much as possible and, if litigation should become necessary, how to make sure that you’ve positioned your company, the lender or the factoring company, in the best possible situation so that if you are forced to go to litigation, you go there from a position of strength with all of your details taken care of so there won’t be any surprises.” - Bruce Loren, partner at Loren & Kean Law.
The roundtable is an annual Commercial Finance Association event and serves as a great opportunity for its members to network and hear from an array of speakers discussing issues concerning entrepreneurial finance and factoring organizations. It is touted as ‘The Only Event Designed Solely for Entrepreneurial Finance and Factoring Executives.’ The Commercial Finance Association strives to be the essential community for all organizations and professionals who deliver and enable commercial finance and presently has approximately 250 member companies and a 20,000-person active community- including 22 chapters located throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.