Protecting And Enforcing Judgment Creditor Interests In IP
June 30, 2017
Law360, New York (June 30, 2017, 11:42 AM EDT) -- Judgment creditors typically satisfy their claims through settlement or, if necessary, by seizing and selling a debtor’s real and tangible personal property. In the rare case when a debtor’s only asset is intellectual property, a creditor must be more determined and creative in order to satisfy its judgment. Fortunately, there are a number of actions a creditor can take to both protect and secure the satisfaction of its claim.
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