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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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., L.P.A.:
Banking Law (40 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., L.P.A. on Martindale.com
The Question of “Weather” to Sue or Not
Ted M. Traut, February 27, 2015
First, I must apologize. Not because the title to this post contains a bad pun. But because really, all puns are bad. And I love them anyway.
A Borrower's Ability to Rescind a Mortgage Loan Just Got Easier
Benjamin Hoen, February 26, 2015
The Truth in Lending Act (TILA), 15 U.S.C. 1601 et seq. gives consumers the right to rescind mortgage loans upon their principal dwelling, until midnight of the third business day following the consummation of the transaction, or following the delivery by the creditor of the information and...
Bad Checks: Know Your Options
David Brown, February 26, 2015
From a business perspective, there's not much worse than believing you've resolved a troubled account, only to receive a notice of no sufficient funds ("NSF") from your bank after depositing payment. Suddenly, the account that you thought you resolved is a problem again. Additionally, you...
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