Creditors' Rights

Bankruptcy, Corporate, Creditors' Rights and Distressed Assets & Real Estate

Corporate Law Winter 2010 Newsletter: Creditors’ Rights: California Now Allows Personal Property Judgment Liens to be Extended for More Than Five Years

You’ve gotten a judgment against that troublesome borrower who hides assets and plays games, but you are afraid that it will be many moons before you are able to collect. You know that one of the best ways to get this kind of person to deal with you is to get a statewide judgment lien […]

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. […]