A Powerful Tool For Collecting Judgments

November 16, 2017

Law360, (November 16, 2017, 11:32 AM EST) -- What do you do if you receive a multimillion-dollar judgment in your favor but cannot enforce it against a foreign company? Or if you are a creditor and want to enforce your rights but you have no realistic chance of collecting a money judgment against the defendant? You petition the court to appoint a receiver.

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