There’s no denying collections have been a challenging, sometimes uncomfortable, situation throughout the recession as clients are finding it more difficult to pay and law firms are all the more eager to get the money they are owed into their coffers.

With varying motivations and frequency, some firms have said, “enough is enough,” and have taken their delinquent clients to court in hopes of forcing payment.

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