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Matthew S. Kenefick

Litigation

Lenders: Beware of the “Two-Dollar Bankruptcy”

Lenders: Beware of the “Two-Dollar Bankruptcy” by Matthew Kenefick Most lenders usually only involve legal in problematic or highly-complicated transactions; otherwise, business would grind to a halt. Most loan documents are created using form software or are reused from prior transactions. The unwary lender, however, may inadvertently create an enforcement trap. Even with careful underwriting, […]

Litigation

Anticipating And Avoiding ESI Problems

Anticipating And Avoiding ESI Problems by Matthew Kenefick Not always, but often enough to matter, electronically stored information (“ESI”) problems can be expensive and transform a modest lawsuit into a major dispute. Many times, however, ESI problems can be minimized by identifying the issues early on. Attorneys commonly work with their clients to institute a […]

Creditors' Rights and Litigation

The State Bar of California’s Business Law News: Chasing Dollars – The Basic Landscape of Commercial Collection Litigation

Chasing Dollars: The Basic Landscape of Commercial Collection Litigation by Joe Demko and Matt Kenefick gives a comprehensive overview of when, how, and what issues to be conscious of when pursuing Commercial Collection Litigation before, during, and after a lawsuit. Such topics include evaluating the viability of collection efforts, provisional remedies, and judgment enforcement issues. […]