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Enforcing Judgments

Turn winning judgments into cash

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    How do you evaluate collections claims? How many judgments do you have in your files? How can you turn those judgments into cash? Collection cases are increasingly common yet alarmingly complex. Regardless of the nature of a claim, from a simple contract action or collection of a promissory note, to the most complex antitrust case, civil actions are primarily designed to obtain financial remuneration. That basic fact is constant—but the circumstances are always changing. You want to collect the money as quickly and efficiently as possible, but debtors are guaranteed a network of legal rights which cannot be overlooked.

    This seminar presents practical approaches to maximizing your ability to collect and enforce judgments without overstepping the bounds of law and professional responsibility. The expert faculty convey how to use technology, procedure, and up-to-the-minute precedent to focus a successful collection campaign. You learn the options that are available and how, when, and why to select one strategy over another. In addition, you receive concrete examples to help guide the case from your first client communication to payment of the final bill.

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    Dana E. Casher, Esq., Casher Law Offices, Wilbraham

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    Jonathan H. Allen, Esq., Peskin Courchesne & Allen, PC, Springfield
    Mark Lindner, Esq., Lindner & Associates, Randolph
    Robert Osol, Esq., Melia & Osol, Worcester
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