Our firm creatively and aggressively pursues the payment of receivables—whether reduced to a judgment or not—without running afoul of violating federal or state laws regarding collection practices. We employ a full suite of collection strategies, including sending demand letters, filing lis pendens, recording liens, promulgating post-judgment discovery, garnishing wages and accounts, attaching and levying on real and personal property and negotiating payment schedules, all to protect your rights as a creditor.
Representative cases include:
- ABV Electronics, Inc. d/b/a Sienna Corp. v. Ceton Corp., No. 1:12-CV-2178-ODE (N.D. Ga. Jan. 15, 2014) (granting, in part, motion to compel and for discovery sanctions by an original equipment manufacturer (“OEM”) against its customer with seven figure account receivable); (Mar. 25, 2014) (granting, in part, motion for partial summary judgment in favor of OEM); (Sept. 29, 2014) (granting motion for reconsideration of denial of motion of summary judgment against customer’s six figure counterclaim and granting Daubert motion); and
- Aetna Group USA., Inc. v. AIDCO Int’l, Inc., No. 1:08-cv-03341-RLV (Aug. 19, 2010) (granting motion for summary judgment in favor of the manufacturer of robotic palletizing equipment against its customer with six figure account receivable); 2011 WL 2295137 (S.D. Ohio June 8, 2011) (granting motion, in follow-up action, to compel post-judgment discovery from non-parties with respect to alleged fraudulent transfer by the judgment debtor).
- Litigated multiple matters alleging violations of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act in order to unwind the disposition of assets by judgment debtors attempting to frustrate collection efforts;
- Secured a $167,000 judgment on behalf of an investor in a failed motion picture project on tort rather than contract claims to deter attempted discharge in bankruptcy, and domesticated that judgment in foreign jurisdictions to facilitate collection efforts;
- Procured Court orders installing receivers to prevent waste and the dissipation of assets by majority shareholders or other control persons in closely-held corporations;
- Assisted client in purchasing tax sale lien on the property of a bankrupt judgment debtor and ultimately selling same to satisfy the judgment; and
- Acquired the shares of a judgment debtor in closely-held corporation by means of injunctive relief in order to levy on same.