Brooks F. Bossong focuses his practice in the areas of creditors' rights, commercial litigation, and commercial collections. He has considerable experience in the representation of financial institutions and business lenders in all aspects of creditor representation, including foreclosures of commercial properties, domestication and enforcement of foreign judgments, and prejudgment remedies such as attachment and claim and delivery proceedings. Mr. Bossong has experience in state and federal courts, including trial and motions practice, appellate advocacy and bankruptcy practice.
Mr. Bossong also has considerable experience in structured settlements and loan modifications based on asset securitizations and confessions of judgment.
Mr. Bossong has been a seminar speaking on the subject of judgment collections and co-authored an edition of Successful Judgment Collections in North Carolina published by National Business Institute in 2000.
"Liability possible for officer who didn't provide information, rules N.C. Court of Appeals"
Nexsen Pruet attorney Brooks Bossong is interviewed for an article entitled "Liability possible for officer who didn't provide information, rules N.C. Court of Appeals."
North Carolina Foreclosures
This webinar outlined the North Carolina Foreclosure process including information on Notice and Hearing, the Foreclosure Hearing, Notice of Sale, Posting and Publishing Notice of Sale; Time of Sale, Place of Sale, Requirement of cash deposit at sale, Upset bid process, Orders for possession, Failure of bidder to comply with bid, Surplus proceeds, Final report of Sale, and Home Loans.
Fair Debt Collection Practices
Statutory Frameworks for Federal and State Law relating to the collection of debts based on "consumer transactions." Federal Law: The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), 15 U.S.C. § 1692 et seq., was enacted in 1978 as Title VIII of the Consumer Credit Protection Act. Commonly referred to as "The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act." North Carolina State law: Prohibited Acts by Debt Collectors, N.C.G.S. § 75-50 et seq., was enacted in 1989 (Chapter 75, Article 2, Prohibited Acts by Debt Collectors under the Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act). Sometimes referred to as "The North Carolina Debt Collection Act."
State Court Collections - North Carolina
Civic & Professional Memberships
· Randolph County Bar Association
· Greensboro Bar Association
· North Carolina Bar Association
· American Bar Association
· Commercial Law League of America