Message from the Chair
EDUCATION AND DINNER
This year we have many new and exciting programs lined up to cater to the many needs of our members. We will start off the MCLE season with a 2 hour comprehensive MCLE on "all things" real estate from a Remedies perspective. Whether you represent a lender, borrower or other interested party, this is a can't miss event. (And dinner too, how can you not attend?)
OPEN SESSION AND FREE LUNCH
Also, we are going to have our first ever (or first time in a long time) Executive Committee Open Session on November 30 at Noon at the LACBA Headquarters. If you are interested in becoming an Executive Committee member or want to see how we really operate, please come for lunch and join us for the Open Session. Further announcements will be sent, but mark your calendars now.
WE ARE ENTERING THE 21ST CENTURY
Finally, keep an eye out for the listserve announcements this year. We are trying to take advantage of the technology available to us and post "real time" announcements, developments and issues for our members. Also note our Facebook page and our website--which is chock full of prior MCLE program links, articles and other helpful information. Please also make sure to "LIKE" us on Facebook so you can get our updates there too. (And if you don't know what I mean, ask your kids or grandkids.)
Please please please (sung to the Beatles tune of similar name) get your fellow colleagues to join the Remedies Section. If you have new associates at your firm, please encourage them to join too--our MCLEs are truly second to none. (And, no I am not biased.)
Many thanks to all of our members,
Richard P. Ormond
Remedies Section Chair
Shareholder, Buchalter Nemer, P.C.
Mark Your Calendars
January 18 - Dinner Program at LACBA: Real Estate Receiverships, Motions to Enjoin Foreclosure and Other Real Estate Related Remedies
March (Date to be announced): Breakfast with the Experts
May (Date to be announced): Post Judgment Remedies
Cases of Interest
Statutes permitting the use of charging orders to satisfy a judgment from the judgment debtor's interest in a partnership may be applied against a corporation that is a successor to the partnership.
Phillips, Spallas & Angstadt, LLP v. Fotouhi
Code of Civil Procedure Sec. 187 authorizes a trial court to amend a judgment to add a judgment debtor who is found to be an alter ego of a corporate defendant; plaintiff's failure to allege the alter ego doctrine in the underlying lawsuit does not preclude a motion to amend the judgment. Alter ego doctrine does not require proof of fraud and can be satisfied by evidence that adherence to the fiction of the separate existence of the corporation would promote injustice.
Misik v. D'Arco
Trial court erred in awarding attorney fees under Code of Civil Procedure Sec. 701.020 to prevailing party that had brought an independent creditor's suit against defendant. Sec. 701.020 does not apply to independent creditor's suits.
Ilshin Investment Co., Ltd. v. Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc.
Inventory items sold by defendant's retail antiques business were not exempt from levy of execution to enforce a money judgment.
Kono v. Meeker
Trial court did not abuse its discretion in awarding interest based on a finding of inequitable conduct by the judgment debtor in the postjudgment proceedings.
Gunderson v. Wall
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|Los Angeles County Bar Association
2011-2012: Remedies Section
|REMEDIES SECTION NEWSLETTER
A. David Youssefyeh, Editor
Richard P. Ormond
Afshin David Youssefyeh
Alan J. Cohen
|EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Marshall J. August
Michael C. Baum
Jerome J. Blum
Edythe L. Bronston
Peter A. Davidson
Louis E. Kempinsky
Benjamin R. King
Steven N. Kurtz
Mitchell B. Ludwig
Russell H. Rapoport
Mark L. Share
Commr. Matthew C. St. George Jr.
Susan L. Vaage
Jason D. Wallach