Enforcing Judgments: Strategies for Locating and Recovering Corporate Assets
Leveraging Alter Ego Liability, Piercing the Corporate Veil, Reverse Piercing and Fraudulent Conveyance Theories
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide commercial litigators with the tools to help clients enforce and satisfy judgments. The panel will outline best practices for obtaining and preserving judgments, conducting post-litigation discovery to locate assets, and executing and satisfying judgments, and will discuss the latest strategies for applying alter ego theory and piercing the corporate veil.
- Post-judgment discovery
- Executing a judgment
- Piercing the corporate veil; alter ego theory; reverse piercing
- Litigation to enforce a judgment
- Satisfaction of judgments
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What factors do courts look at in deciding whether to apply the alter ego theory and pierce the corporate veil?
- What steps can judgment creditors take to minimize or uncover fraudulent conveyances?
- What immediate actions should counsel for judgment creditors take upon entry of judgment?
- Under what circumstances will reverse piercing allow judgment creditors to collect on a damages award?
Matthew S. Kenefick
Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell
Mr. Kenefick's law practice extends to litigation, compliance and real estate matters. He represents a variety... | Read More
Mr. Kenefick's law practice extends to litigation, compliance and real estate matters. He represents a variety of industries including manufacturers, financial institutions, retailers, real estate developers, and the hotel industry, among others. He is a published author on commercial collection litigation.Close
Daniel A. Fass
Klapper & Fass
Mr. Fass focuses his practice on commercial debt collection and business law. He has over thirty-five years'... | Read More
Mr. Fass focuses his practice on commercial debt collection and business law. He has over thirty-five years' experience as a practicing litigator, trial attorney and corporate and business counselor. His areas of expertise in commercial debt collection include judgment enforcement and fraudulent transfers.Close
David Seth Hill
Halling & Cayo
Mr. Hill focuses his practice on creditor’s rights and collections, handling most of the judgment... | Read More
Mr. Hill focuses his practice on creditor’s rights and collections, handling most of the judgment enforcement for his firm. The emphasis of his practice focuses on obtaining funds in order to satisfy his client’s judgments, including judgment enforcement against businesses. He also has a great deal of experience with identifying assets for collection of the judgments.Close