Teaching Defiant Dogs New Tricks – Contempt and Contraventions

February 11, 2016 Most of you probably have your own idea of what contempt is and how it would play out in Court. Perhaps Jim Carey in Liar Liar, copping a blasting for telling an inconvenient truth, or Harvey Specter in Suits getting threatened for flagrantly embarrassing a lesser skilled judge. Because of these traditional […]

Getting Blood from a Stone: How to Nail Fraudulent Judgment Debtors

April 24, 2015 Recently we acted for the Plaintiff in litigation involving a partnership dispute and property settlement. One of the major assets of the Defendant in our case (“our Defendant”) was an unsatisfied judgment resulting from other commercial litigation in the vicinity of $1 million. This asset was relevant to the property settlement in our […]