The U.S. government has enacted a number of laws to deal with the inequities and harmful concentration of economic power created by trusts and monopolies. Here's a look at the laws currently on the books and an overview of how they effect credit management.
A decade after the last major revision, a Review Committee appointed by the American Law Institute and the Uniform Law Commission has recommended revisions dealing with the practical application of UCC Article 9.
The Choice of Law in sales contracts is not as simple as including a phrase like "This contract shall be interpreted under the laws of the State of ..." Find out what else you need to know to ensure the choice of law meets your requirements.
Pursuing legal action against international accounts requires making sure your documents will be accepted in a foreign court. Here's what you need to know.
In response to a question often asked, here's an overview of the U.S. Civil Process. Presented in a five-page chart with references and links, it gives a useful graphic representation of how the US civil lawsuit system works.