Practice Areas

Factoring, Asset-Based Lending and Other Business Finance

Factoring, Asset-Based Lending and Other Business Finance

Factoring, Asset-Based Lending and Other Business Finance Attorney David B. Tatge is one of the foremost U.S. experts in commercial finance law and transactions. An elected fellow of the prestigious American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers, he is primary author of the leading treatise on factoring law… Read More
Business & Corporate Law, Formation & Transactions

Business & Corporate Law, Formation & Transactions

Business & Corporate Law, Formation & Transactions Businesses, whether they be corporations, limited liability companies, general or limited partnerships, business trusts, or sole proprietorships, as well as their shareholder, partner, and member owners, require skillful legal representation througho… Read More
Civil Trial and Appellate Litigation / Business Disputes

Civil Trial and Appellate Litigation / Business Disputes

Civil Trial and Appellate Litigation / Business Disputes As commerce grows increasingly global and complex, the prospect of business disputes looms larger. No matter the size of your business, disputes can prove costly—and not only financially. They can damage your business relationships and reputation,… Read More
Bankruptcy, Workouts and Creditors' Rights

Bankruptcy, Workouts and Creditors' Rights

Bankruptcy, Workouts and Creditors' Rights Insolvency and workouts are uniquely challenging legal matters, typically involving multiple parties, all with varying interests, competing for a limited pool of assets, governed by complex rules in litigation which is fast-paced and time sensitive.… Read More
Other Services

Other Services

Other Services Attorney David Tatge has over three decades of experience as a litigation and business attorney helping clients defend their interests, protect their assets, and plan for the future. Prior to beginning his legal career, he was a Certified Public Acco… Read More

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