Important podcast series on bankruptcy and factoring.

I've been waiting to roll out this series until we could also make it part of our November news letter, but I now get to share with our readers and listeners one of the more important podcasts you'll listen to this year.

 Matt Bracy, senior counsel at Settlement Capital and one of the industry's leaders in all aspects of factoring joins The Settlement Channel and LBN audience from the NASP convention. Matt's guest is nationally renown Attorney Jeffery Hartley, a respected expert in the issue of bankruptcy law, and in particular how to work through the process of factoring or managing structured settlement annuities in bankruptcy. hartley.jpg Attorney Hartley is a partner in the firm of Helmsing, Leach, Herlong, Newman and Rouse, PC, based in Mobile, Alabama and widely respected as one of the nations leading experts on bankruptcy issues. Attorney Hartley was appointed by the Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate in 1994 to be a commissioner on the National Bankruptcy Review Commission, and also formerly served as a Majority Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, with legislative responsibility over the area of bankruptcy, antitrust, intellectual property as well as judicial nominations. He is a frequent speaker to legal and banking groups and we were delighted he was able to join us for this outstanding two podcast series.

The first podcast is available by clicking here and is a solid over view of the issues that are crucial to any attorney, judge or settlement professional who is dealing with bankruptcy and has a structured settlement or periodic payment that is going to be attached or needs to be liquidated as a result of a court order. So few people know what to do, where to turn or who the experts are and this podcast lays out the issues in a way that makes it clear to both the lawyer and the layman what their options are.

Click here for part one of our podcast with Attorney Jeffery Hartley and our commentator and expert Matt Bracy, general counsel of Settlement Capital Corporation and the author of "Capital Corner" the blog and podcast home of Settlement Capital Corporation and The Factoring Channel.  


Posted on November 9, 2006 .