The Cobb Law Group is pleased to announce the addition of Paul A. Rogers to its staff of attorneys. Paul comes to the Cobb Law Group with extensive experience with creditors’ rights in bankruptcy. He has worked for major Atlanta law firms and has served as a Chapter 7 United State Trustee for Bankruptcy, Paul’s legal experience adds a significant dimension to our practice which will offer our clients greater options for commercial collections.
In 2002, Paul received his juris doctor from the University of Nebraska; prior to that, he had a double-degree in history and religion from the University of Georgia. He is admitted to practice in multiple state and federal courts throughout Georgia and has published several significant articles in his field. Paul practice concentrates in Commercial Collections, Commercial Litigation Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy including representation of financial institutions, asset-based lenders, and commercial leasing companies. He represents secured creditors, committees of unsecured creditors, and trustees.
Because of his vast experience, Paul will assist Cobb Law Group clients regarding collection matters, commercial workouts, receiverships, bankruptcy and commercial litigation issues in state and federal courts. Paul has substantial experience with Chapter 7 Liquidation cases, and with the confirmation process in Chapter 11 Reorganization cases; in addition, he has served as lead counsel in numerous contested hearings in bankruptcy courts. Paul has also served on the Private Panel of Trustees for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
We are very excited that Paul will be working with us and helping to increase our client’s recovery in our collection matters.
Happy New Year!
With the start of the new year, we are committed more than ever to providing quality legal services at fair and competitive rates. The Cobb Law Group’s virtual law platform is growing by leaps and bounds to provide clients with unbundled legal services at very affordable rates. Today, we added more Georgia legal forms, and there will be many more added in the near future.
If you need to send a Notice to Contractor (also called a Notice to Owner or an “NTO”) in Georgia, then you’ll really appreciate these forms. In case you aren’t familiar with NTO’s, they are written notices that all third-tier suppliers and subcontractors must send within the first 30 days that they supply or work on the project. If the third tier supplier or subcontractor fails to send this notice, then they may not be able to file a mechanic or materialmen’s lien or make a payment bond claim.
If you need a form just follow this link to purchase Georgia Notice to Owner (NTO) forms.