David J. Cook has written extensively in the area of credit, the Uniform
Commercial Code, energy deregulation, general legal matters, gender
bias, bankruptcy, collection matters, fraud, embezzlement in such
publications including, but not limited to
Business Credit, The
Commercial Law League Journal, The Business Journal for Sonoma
County, Public Utilities Fort Nightly
, among other publications.

1. “Recovering An ‘Ocean of Lost Revenue’,”
Utility News, Volume 8,
No. 2.

2. “The Legal Process & Collections, Do You Know Your Rights and
Limitations?,”
Newspaper Financial Executives Journal, June 1993,
Volume 46, No. 10.

3. “Arbitration Can Save Money: Newspapers Can Save Substantial
Amounts of Money On Legal Fees by Using an Arbitrator Instead of
Court,”
Newspaper Financial Executive Journal, September 1993,
Volume 47, Issue 2.

4. “Thieves May Be Among Us,”
Newspaper Financial Executives
Journal
, October 1993, Volume 47, No. 3.

5. “Bankruptcy Weeds Out the Inept,”
Newspaper Financial
Executives Journal
, November 1993, Volume 47, No. 4.

6. “Cable Electric: A Public Power Co.,”
Bulletin (Northwest Public
Power Assn.)
, July 1994.

7. “Legal Daze: What You Should Know Before You Buy A Lawyer,”
Newspaper Financial Executives Quarterly, October 1994.

8. “Small Business Should Profit From Deregulation of Energy
Utilities,”
The Business Journal, Sonoma & Marin, 9/26/95; Solano &
Napa, October 1994.

9. “Billing Reconstruction,”
IURPA NEWSLETTER, March 1995,
Volume 6, Issue 1.

10. “Metering Relationships in the Era of Deregulation,”
Public
Utilities Fortnightly
, March 1, 1995.

11. “Arbitration: Will It Make Litigation and Lawyers Obsolete?,”
Newspaper Financial Executives Quarterly, April, May, June 1995,
Volume I, Issue 3.

12. “Chapter 11's: Winding Your Way Through Disclosure Statements,”
Newspaper Financial Executives Quarterly, April, May, June 1995,
Volume 1, Issue 3.

13. “Dishonesty in the Workplace:  Stolen Instruments and Allocation of
Loss -- This Liability Could Be Yours Alone,”
Commercial Law
Bulletin
, May/June 1995.

14. “Fraud in the Workplace: Missing, Stolen and Embezzled Checks,”
Business Credit, The Publication For Credit And Financial
Professionals
, June 1995, and Employment Marketplace, Winter 1995.

15. “Credit Information Applications: A Simple Baking Lesson,”
Credit
Research Digest
, June 1995.

16. “QA 2/Common Questions on Interest Charges on Wholesale
Accounts,”
McCords, July 1995.

17. “Winding Your Way Through Chapter 11 Disclosure Statements  
and Plans of Arrangement,”
Business Credit, The Publication For
Credit And Financial Professionals
, July/August 1995.

18. “A Creditor’s Loss Becomes the Debtor’s Reorganization,”
Commercial Law Bulletin, July/August 1995.

19. “QA 2/Checks,”
McCords, August 1995.

20. “QA 2/Beating the Preference,”
McCords, August 1995.

21. “Road Map Through Fraud: Stops, Backroads, Turnouts and
Detours,”
Commercial Law Bulletin, November/December 1995.

22. “Metering Relationships in the Era of Deregulation,”
Public
Utilities Fort Nightly
, March 1, 1995.

23. “Resins, Epoxies, SuperGlue and the Uniform Commercial Code,”
Commercial Law Bulletin, December 1996.

24. “Financial Statements: A Road to Hidden Treasures,”
Commercial
Law Bulletin
, January/February 1998.

25. “Settlement Strategies”
Commercial Law Bulletin
November/December 1998.

26. “Grow Your Small Change into Big Money,”
Commercial Law
Bulletin
, May/June 2000.

27. “Getting Paid is Getting There,”
The Forum, September/October
2009. This article has been also published by The Commercial Law
League of America in their publication entitled
Debt 3 (November 2010)

28. “
The Garden Hose is the Insurance Policy,” Plaintiff’s Magazine,
January 2010.

29. “The Defendant Has Not Written You a Check- Now What?,”
The
Federal Lawyer
, February 2010.

30. “Getting Started.”
California Litigation (State Bar of California
Publication) May 2010. This article is also published by The
Commercial Law League of America in their publication entitled
Debt 3
(Vol. 25, Issue 4, July/August 2010)

31. “
The Morning After - A Romp Through Asset Protection
Commercial Law League of America Free Press Creditors’ Rights
Section Newsletter
- Volume 6, Summer 2010.

32. “
Lifting the Veil of Asset Protection: Strategies to Uncover Hidden
and Secreted Assets through the Development of Tent Pole
Jurisdiction.Financial Fraud Law Report, October 2010.

33. “
Class Actions and the Limits of Recovery: The Glass Jaw of
Justice,” Part 1 of 2, Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management,
Fall 2010, Issue5.1* 1.(November, 2010) [Peer Reviewed]

34. “
Survey of Oppressive Terms In Real Property Leases: Unintended
Consequences, Hidden Risks and Surprises.Commercial Law League
of America Free Press Creditor’s Rights Section Newsletter
, Vol 7,
Fall 2010.

35.
“Post-Judgment Remedies in Reaching Patents, Copyrights and
Trademarks in the Enforcement of a Money Judgment.” [Can The
Sheriff Sell Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers?] Northwestern Journal of
Technology and Intellectual Property
, Vol. 9, No. 3, Fall 2010.

36. “
Contract Terms as Asset Protection.” Debt 3 [Commercial Law
League of America]
, Vol. 25, Issue No. 6, November/December 2010.

37. “
The Liability of Financial Institution to an Attorney’s Client when
the Attorney Endorses a Settlement Check Without Authorization.”  
Financial Fraud Law Report, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2011.
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