As principal of Ullman & Ullman, P.A., Michael Ullman has served as counsel and trusted advisor to over 200 asset-based lending, factoring and forfeiting companies throughout the United States and abroad. He also serves numerous other business clients in a range of industries.
He started Ullman & Ullman, P.A. in 1980. Ullman & Ullman, P.A. specializes in all forms of commercial transactions and litigation, including domestic, international and complex arbitration proceedings, entity formation and drafting of contracts and agreements.
Because of his more than 35 years of experience and significant involvement with asset-based lending, Mr. Ullman has extensive familiarity with business operations in a diverse range of industries.
Mr. Ullman has served as co-counsel to the International Factoring Association, a position he has held for over 10 years, and lectures frequently at IFA events around the country.
- Juris Doctor, Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University, 1979
- Graduated Magna Cum Laude in top 1% of class
- Served as member of and published for Nova Law School Law Review
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Florida, 1975
Admitted to Bar
- Florida Bar
- United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida
- Federal Courts for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida
- Federal Courts of Appeals, 11th and 5th Circuits
- Admitted pro hac vice to serve clients in numerous states throughout the country
Sample Published Articles
Bankruptcy: To Be Or Not To Be – Preferred
The Commercial Factor, newsletter of the International Factoring Association, Volume I, Number I
Banks Beware: You May Owe Your Customer’s Factor! (or) Hey Factors: Does Your Client’s Bank Owe You Money?
The Commercial Factor, newsletter of the International Factoring Association, Volume I, Number II
You Heard Right: You can factor a client who sells you invoices for its real estate construction jobs, you just have to watch out for….
The Commercial Factor, newsletter of the International Factoring Association, Volume II, Number III
Michael W. Ullman was inducted as a Fellow into the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers (“ACCFL”), a distinguished honor recognizing his prominence and substantial contributions in the practice of commercial finance, during the ABA Business Law Section meeting held in Montreal, Canada April 9, 2016. The ACCFL, founded in 1991, is an exclusive group of commercial finance lawyers, jurists and academics who have not only achieved preeminence in the field of commercial finance law, but who also have contributed significantly to the education of others in commercial finance law through teaching, lecturing or published writings. The ACCFL is dedicated to promoting the field of commercial finance law through education, legislative reform and the recognition of distinguished practitioners, jurists, and academics. The College offers a venue to promote and recognize outstanding achievement and advances in the field of commercial finance law.