WWR is the largest creditors' rights law firm in the country based on revenues and placements according to Collections & Credit Risk magazine. Our clients include banks, financial institutions, auto financers, mortgage companies, credit unions, service organizations, government entities, insurance companies, medical companies, utility companies and corporations. We provide traditional collection agency services nationally and direct legal representation with in-house attorneys in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania. WWR takes an active role working with clients in order to implement new strategies and programs, and partner with them to offer solutions to daily concerns that affect profitability. See individual listings in each city.
Alliances/Associations: American Collectors Association; Commercial Law League of America; National Association of Retail Collectors; attorneys certified as Creditors Rights Specialists by American Board of Certification.
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Banking Law (40 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., L.P.A. on Martindale.com
HB 5 Deadlines Impacting Ohio Municipalities
Jill A. Keck, July 10, 2015
On December 19, 2014, House Bill 5 (HB 5) was signed by Governor Kasich thereby imposing new limits and procedures on the municipal income tax laws.1 Although HB 5 became effective on March 23, 2015, its application to municipalities will not begin until January 1, 2016.2 If a municipal corporation...
Ohio Anti-Subrogation Law Passed As Part of Budget Approved by Governor Kasich
Ted M. Traut, July 10, 2015
Governor Kasich approved an amendment as part of the state budget which will affect an insurer or health plan's ability to recover medical expenses that it has paid out on behalf of its insured as a result of an injury. This amendment was introduced just days before the budget was set to be...
Covering the Expense of City Services
Sara Donnersbach, July 8, 2015
Summer has arrived and it's time to think about what residents will do to stay busy. Many municipalities expand their services by offering fun-filled day camp programs throughout the summer as well as various sports and arts camps, while others offer a schedule of the public pools. Even more, some...
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