Staffing and Recruiting companies play an important role in the business world. They alleviate the stress that comes with finding and hiring top candidates to fill positions at a company. Instead of spending the time and resources necessary to hire an employee, companies will contract with recruiting firms to do the job for them. After the firm has successfully fulfilled the terms outlined in their contract, the company pays them for their work. This should be an easy transaction between the two companies, but, as everyone knows, there are always exceptions. Sometimes, clients will refuse to pay placement fees or try to negotiate their way out of them. So, what do you do when a client missed paying placement fees? And how do you know if you have a good case to collect past-due recruiting placement fees?