Get practical information on an issue important to you and your clients—getting paid. This seminar on the basics of collection law is ideal for both new and experienced attorneys seeking the latest information. Learn how to effectively utilize collection tools and avoid common traps and malpractice issues with a step-by-step approach to analyzing and effectively pursuing collection matters.
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Analyzing the Case and Practical Discovery
Analyzing the claim and locating the defendant
Verifying commercial and consumer debt
Available remedies and local procedures
Common defenses and efficient use of discovery
Mark B. Comstock, Garrett Hemann Robertson PC, Salem Gina Anne Johnnie, Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt LLP, Salem
Provisional Process and Receiverships
Provisional process and the show cause hearing
Use of receivers and receivership
Procedure for appointment of receiver
Obtaining undertaking for provisional process and receivership
Thomas W. Stilley, Sussman Shank LLP, Portland James Ray Streinz, McEwen Gisvold LLP, Portland
Settlements, Judgments, and Post-Judgment Collection
Settlement strategies, forms, and documentation
Form of judgment
Filing judgments in multiple counties
Registration of foreign judgments
Shannon Raye Martinez, Saalfeld Griggs PC, Salem Teresa H. Pearson, Miller Nash LLP, Portland
Application of Post-Judgment Collection Methods
Execution on real and personal property
Judgment debtor examination
Avoiding pitfalls and traps
Mark B. Comstock, Garrett Hemann Robertson PC, Salem Bradley S. Copeland, Arnold Gallagher Percell Roberts & Potter, Eugene
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6.5 Total CLE Units, 6.5 of which may be applied toward Practical Skills Credit (No Ethics)