Collection, Demand, and Commercial Letters For The General Practitioner – by San Francisco attorney, David J. Cook – is a new title now available at the Alameda County Law Library (KF 1024 .C65 2015).
Published by the American Bar Association, it is an engagingly written survey of demand (collections) letters. David J. Cook, also the author of The Debt Collector’s Handbook, opens this new book by describing the purpose of demand letters, the various means of delivery to the recipient(s), the expected outcomes, and tips for writing them.
Making Collection, Demand, and Commercial Letters for the General Practitioner an exceptionally useful practice guide, the author then provides dozens of sample letters – letters he himself has used – and follows each example with a pointed commentary.
Mr. Cook has been a frequent speaker at MCLE seminars here at ACLL. His next program, Foreclosing on Mother Hubbard’s Shoe, will be held on June 25, 2015 in Oakland. For more information including registration links, click here.