$30 for MBA members | $50 non-members
Sometimes traditional collections methods such as execution, garnishments, and debtor interrogatories and examinations are enough to collect on your judgment. Sometimes more complicated collections cases require an understanding of how to spot alternative avenues for collection such as digital currency accounts, new entities in which the judgment debtor has an interest, and recognizing when you have grounds for a fraudulent transfer action. This seminar, led by Jason Hirshon and Ashley McDonald, both litigators at Slinde Nelson, will cover various techniques for collecting on judgments (from the more traditional to the complicated) and will also explain the effects of a bankruptcy on your judgment.
For more information: Contact Angela Ferrer, Buchanan Angeli Altschul & Sullivan LLP, at 503.974.5015. For registration questions, contact the MBA at firstname.lastname@example.org.