Pre-Judgment and Post-Judgment Remedies:Strategies for Securing and Collecting Judgments


A judgment without any recovery is at best an empty victory.  Understanding pre-judgment and post-judgment remedies can be critical to the success of turning the judgment into cash.  This webinar discusses the pros and cons of pre-judgment and post-judgment remedies, the strategic use of pre-judgment remedies to shorten the litigation process, and available remedies against LLC members and partners.  Post-judgment bankruptcy strategies are also discussed.

Target Audience:
In-house counsel, employees involved in litigation decisions, and contacts at businesses seeking to recover money judgments or property

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