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Picture of the productABI Preference Handbook
An American Bankruptcy Institute Publication

Second only to the experience of filing a claim in bankruptcy, preference exposure is the most common experience a creditor will encounter in bankruptcy. Updated to address the 2005 changes to the Bankruptcy Code, ABI's Preference Handbook, Second Edition by David B. Wheeler (Moore & Van Allen) provides a streamlined guide to the "ins" and "outs" of preference claims and preference liability, and is written to appeal to lawyers and nonlawyers alike.

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Picture of the productAntitrust: Myth vs Reality
No credit department should be without this information booklet which details what today's credit executives need to know about what can or cannot be down, what can or cannot be discussed, when credit terms can or cannot be adjusted and what is covered by the various antitrust statutes. It contains a concise explanation of the Sherman Act, Clayton Act and Robinson-Patman Act, a detailed review of what constitutes restraint of trade, unfair competition and conspiracy, a discussion of the exchange of credit information among business people, with specific emphasis on exchange of information on delinquent accounts and an advanced discussion on prohibited practices concerning the extension, deduction, change or withdrawl of credit, with special emphasis on changes in terms.

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Picture of the productAuto Supplier Insolvencies & Bankruptcies
Issues for Suppliers and Customers of Financially Troubled Auto Suppliers

An American Bankruptcy Institute Publication

Written by the Creditors' Rights Department of Barnes & Thornburg LLP and edited by Prof. James J. White of the University of Michigan Law School, this manual on automotive supply insolvencies and bankruptcies provides strategies for buyers and sellers in the supply chain both prior and subsequent to a supplier's bankruptcy filing. The manual includes suggestions for legal strategies, including discussions of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code as it relates to automotive suppliers and customers, accommodation agreements, access and security agreements, parts banks, and special tooling lien acts, both pre- and post-BAPCPA.

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Picture of the productBankruptcy Act of 2005
The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 was passed by the United States Congress and signed into law by President Bush on April 20, 2005. The legislation contains the most significant changes to federal bankruptcy law since the enactment of the Bankruptcy Code in 1978. This timely book breaks down the act and explains its relevance to credit professionals.

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Picture of the productBusiness Credit and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and Reg
Business credit is covered by the basic nondiscrimination requirements of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA). ECOA bans credit discrimination for reasons of sex, marital status, race, color, religion, national origin and age. This informative pamphlet defines which actions creditors may and may not take under this Act.

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Picture of the productConstruction Law Survival Manual - Revised (2017)
Mechanic's Liens, Payment Bonds, Contracts, Claims and Bankruptcy

Revised - 2017

The Construction Law Survival Manual (CLSM) has been updated for a new era in the always-evolving world of contracts, claims, mechanic's liens, payment bonds and bankruptcy. Complied by long-time NACM legal consultant, James D. Fullerton, Esq., of Fullerton & Knowles, PC, the CLSM provides a comprehensive overview of the legal remedies available to credit professionals working in the construction industry.

Fifteen of the CLSM's 17 chapters have been revised and now cover an even broader range of topics, such as working with minority business enterprises, employing the subsequent advance rule as a bankruptcy preference defense, and properly untangling mechanic's lien and payment bond rights as part of contemporaneous exchange defenses. When applicable, Fullerton has recounted recent court cases that help to illuminate the changing legal landscape for construction credit professionals.

The CLSM also features 44 appendices, which include more than 20 forms and other helpful information. The final two appendices comprising the summaries of state mechanic's lien and payment bond statutes are current through January 2015.

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Picture of the productManual of Credit and Commercial Laws - 2014 / 2015 / 2017
Four Volume Set - 2014 / 2015 / 2017


NACM's flagship publication, the Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws, provides essential information for credit and finance professionals in a highly flexible and affordable format. The latest version of the Manual of Credit comprises four volumes that either may stand alone or as a cohesive and comprehensive set. Chapters and appendices from the book are organized under the following headings:
- Volume I: General Business Law, Related Statutes, and Collections
- Volume II: Commercial and Consumer Credit Topics
- Volume III: Construction Issues 2017 Update
- Volume IV: Bankruptcy and Insolvency Issues

The chapters in all four volumes have been reviewed by over 50 attorneys, credit professionals and other authorities who generously contributed their time and expertise in updating this perennial best-seller.

Volume I: General Business Laws, Related Statutes, and Collections, 2015
978-1-888505-54-2

- Understanding Corporations and How to Deal with Them
- Partnerships and Joint Ventures-Their Legal Obligations and How to Deal with Them
- Creation of Agreements with Agents and Principles
- Dealing with the Party Using an Assumed or Fictitious Name
- Transactional Guide to the Formation, Performance, and Enforcement of Contracts
- An Overview of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act
- Antitrust and Trade Regulation for Credit Groups and Credit Grantors
- Escheatment Laws and Unclaimed Property Reporting Requirements
- Compliance Issues and Regulations
- Steps in the Collection Process
- Appendix: Secretaries of State

Volume II: Commercial and Consumer Credit Topics, 2015
978-1-888505-55-9

- Credit Applications: A Source of Information and a Binding Contract
- Equipment Leasing
- Uniform Commercial Code: An Overview
- Negotiable Instruments: Notes, Checks, Drafts-How They Work-and Interest Rates
- A Letters of Credit Primer
- Secured Transactions: A Step-by Step Explanation
- Bad Check Laws
- Claims against Decedents' Estates
- Retail Installment Sales Laws
- Consumer Protection Legislation-An Overview
- Appendix: More Statutory Summaries

Volume III: Construction Issues, 2017
978-1-888505-59-7

- Mechanic's Liens
- Construction Bonds on Public Projects
- Personal Property Liens - Credit Enhancements: Hidden Liens, Trust Funds and Trust Fund Agreements

Volume IV: Bankruptcy and Insolvency Issues, 2014
978-1-888505-53-5

- Reclamation, Stoppage in Transit, New Administrative Claim in Favor of Good Suppliers, and other Return of Goods Remedies
- A Creditor's Guide to the Bankruptcy Process
- Alternatives to Forcing a Financially Distressed Debtor into Bankruptcy
- U.S. District Court System Locator



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Picture of the productManual of Credit and Commercial Laws, Volume I 2015
2015 Update
NACM has re-envisioned and revitalized its flagship publication, the Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws. Not only will the new edition continue to provide essential information for credit and finance professionals, it will do so in a highly flexible and more affordable format. The latest version of the Manual of Credit now comprises four volumes that either may standalone or continue to serve as a cohesive and comprehensive set. Volume I includes:



- Understanding Corporations and How to Deal with Them
- Partnerships and Joint Ventures-Their Legal Obligations and How to Deal with Them
- Creation of Agreements with Agents and Principles
- Dealing with the Party Using an Assumed or Fictitious Name
- Transactional Guide to the Formation, Performance, and Enforcement of Contracts
- An Overview of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act
- Antitrust and Trade Regulation for Credit Groups and Credit Grantors
- Escheatment Laws and Unclaimed Property Reporting Requirements
- Compliance Issues and Regulations
- Steps in the Collection Process
- Appendix: Secretaries of State

978-1-888505-54-2

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Picture of the productManual of Credit and Commercial Laws, Volume II 2015
2015 Update
NACM has re-envisioned and revitalized its flagship publication, the Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws. Not only will the new edition continue to provide essential information for credit and finance professionals, it will do so in a highly flexible and more affordable format. The latest version of the Manual of Credit now comprises four volumes that either may standalone or continue to serve as a cohesive and comprehensive set. Volume II includes:



- Credit Applications: A Source of Information and a Binding Contract
- Equipment Leasing
- Uniform Commercial Code: An Overview
- Negotiable Instruments: Notes, Checks, Drafts-How They Work-and Interest Rates
- A Letters of Credit Primer
- Secured Transactions: A Step-by Step Explanation
- Selected Text of the Uniform Commercial Code - Bad Check Laws
- Claims against Decedents' Estates
- Retail Installment Sales Laws
- Consumer Protection Legislation-An Overview
- Appendix: More Statutory Summaries

978-1-888505-55-9

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Picture of the productManual of Credit and Commercial Laws, Volume III 2017
2017 Update Available Soon
NACM has re-envisioned and revitalized its flagship publication, the Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws. Not only will the new edition continue to provide essential information for credit and finance professionals, it will do so in a highly flexible and more affordable format. The latest version of the Manual of Credit now comprises four volumes that either may standalone or continue to serve as a cohesive and comprehensive set. Volume III includes:



- Mechanic's Liens
- Construction Bonds on Public Projects
- Personal Property Liens
- Credit Enhancements: Hidden Liens, Trust Funds and Trust Fund Agreements

978-1-888505-59-7

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