Construction Contractor Finance Alternatives: Assignment of Accounts Receivables vs. Factoring Agreements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will advise construction attorneys on the risks and advantages of utilizing alternative forms of financing, explicitly focusing on the assignment of accounts receivables or factoring. The panel will address the risks and benefits when pursuing these different finance options and best practices when proceeding with alternative finance.
- Assignment of accounts receivables
The panel will address these and other relevant topics:
- When should a general contractor consider an assignment of accounts receivables?
- What should a general contractor know regarding factoring their accounts?
- How are lien rights affected by the assignment of accounts receivables and factoring?
- What are the risks of assignment of accounts receivables and factoring in construction? What are the advantages?
Bruce E. Loren
Loren & Kean Law
For nearly 30 years, Mr. Loren has focused his practice on construction law and factoring law. Mr. Loren has achieved... | Read More
For nearly 30 years, Mr. Loren has focused his practice on construction law and factoring law. Mr. Loren has achieved the title of “Certified in Construction Law” by the Florida Bar, exemplifying the Bar’s recognition of this expertise. The firm’s construction clients include owners/developers, general contractors, specialty contractors in every trade, suppliers and professional architects, and engineers who perform work in the U.S. and internationally. Mr. Loren’s representation and counseling of factoring companies include a wide range of industries, including goods, apparel and construction. Mr. Loren is uniquely equipped to combine his expertise in construction and factoring law to assist clients in this specialized area.Close