Quality commercial UCC lien mediation legal solutions by Lincoln and Morgan : The major advantage of being a secured commercial lien holder is the lien holder’s ability to secure the entirety of the pledged assets as collateral as established through the security agreement and evidenced by the UCC Lien. The security agreement clearly identifies the specific secured collateral that is being pledged. The problem occurs at the point of default of the funding agreement and when the recipient refuses to surrender the secured collateral as was required by the agreement. Find additional info on https://www.pinterest.com/lincolnandmorgansocial/.
Our Mission: To Provide the Best Solutions and Outcome For all Parties! We (Lincoln and Morgan) diligently attempt to work with recipients, landlords and successor entities to quickly and reasonably resolve encumbrances in lieu of taking possession of the collateral. While we are not always successful in mediating a proper release, as some parties are uncooperative, we do encourage all of the parties responsible for the pledged collateral to feel free to contact our offices at any time. We are open to discuss the matter in detail and explore any possible solutions there maybe. We understand the complexities that are involved for each party and therefore we welcome your open and honest discourse.
Does it work? According to the main proponents of mediation: yes. Even if settlement is not achieved, one key benefit of mediation is that parties often leave the mediation with a better understanding of the issues in their own and the other side’s case. Mediation also offers an insight into the parties’ commercial as well as legal concerns which may explain why many cases that do not settle on the day settle shortly thereafter. How does it work? One of the main characteristics (and advantages) of mediation is flexibility: the identity of the mediator and the procedure and format are agreed by the parties in accordance with their commercial needs. As such, there is no universal procedure but typically, commercial mediations go through at least four main phases.
We (Lincoln & Morgan) are available to assist in training our clients to understand A/R management from 31 days past due and beyond. This ensures minimal losses and calculated cash flow to keep your business profitable and growing! We also provide a complete in house program including a series of letters for our clients to follow to ensure that receivables are recovered internally when possible and your cash flow is quick and steady. We’re here to push your boundaries to generate more awareness, interest, and interactions. We’ll take your business further than you ever thought it could go.
However, mediation is more than simple negotiation, it is a technique for enhancing negotiation which shifts the focus from the parties’ respective positions to settlement itself. Whereas negotiations usually take place between the lawyers and are part of the adversarial process, mediation is a process in itself into which all the parties – the commercial parties and their lawyers – invest time and effort. At least a day will be set aside with all key players physically present and the presence of the mediator – the independent third party – creates a sense of formality and a “day in court”. This provides a structure and discipline to the negotiation, encourages negotiation and enhances the seriousness of the intention to settle.