Loren Kean Law

Loren Kean Law

Factoring Law Litigation/Construction Factoring

Unlike many other factoring lawyers, we only represent Factoring Companies, and not account debtors. We avoid any conflicts of interest and are loyal to the factoring industry.

Typical counseling involves:

  • Advice Regarding risk and protections in the factoring relationship
    • Gaining advantage of nearly 30 years of factoring litigation experience, but before any court intervention is involved, the attorneys at Loren & Kean Law take pride in advising their factoring clients on the risks and rewards of the judicial process, analyzing the dispute and offer practical business-like alternatives to avoid judicial action. While we do not draft typical factoring transactional documents, we offer expertise to transactional attorneys to strengthen the clients' documents to place the client in the strongest position should litigation be unavoidable.
  • Preparation and negotiation of agreements unique to the construction factoring relationships
    • Using his expertise in construction law and factoring experience, Bruce Loren has become the premier attorney advising clients who factor receivables in the niche area of construction factoring. In this highly specialized area, the attorneys at Loren & Kean Law have developed transactional documents unique for construction factors. Bruce Loren regularly lectures and offers webinars in this niche area, and continues to be a proud preferred attorney by the International Factoring Association.
  • Litigation involving breach of contract, guarantees, fraud, misappropriated payments and UCC related issues.
    • Sometimes negotiation does not achieve a satisfactory resolution and court intervention is necessary. The attorneys at Loren & Kean Law have nearly thirty years of litigation experience representing factors across the U.S. against Clients and Account Debtors for breach of agreements, breach of guaranty and fraud. Loren & Kean is unique -- unlike other firms, we only represent Factors and never their clients or account debtors. Our loyalty is only to one side of the dispute, our clients.