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  • How Do Merchant Cash Advances Differ From the Sale of Future Receivables?

    The key differences between a Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) and the sale of future receivables: 1) Legal Nature: An MCA is not technically a loan, but ...

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  • E-Signatures in New York: Validity and Enforceability in Debt Lawsuits

    Understanding E-Signatures and Contractual Waivers in Purchase of Future Receivables In the recent case of AJ Equity Group LLC v. The Office ...

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  • Merchant Cash Advance Agreements: The Importance of Validating Waiver of Service Provisions

    In our collection-defense practice, I often encounter this scenario: an out-of-state defendant being served by email, regular mail, or certified mail. ...

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