Tim Novel Presenting What Amounts Can Be Collected Pre- and Post-Judgment
On October 21, 2016, Aronberg Goldgehn Partner R. Timothy Novel will present “What Amounts Can Be Collected Pre- and Post-Judgment” at the Illinois State Bar Association’s “Litigation and Enforcement of Judgments” CLE program.
Offering up to 6.0 MCLE hours, the program will be held from 8:50 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Eagle Ridge Resort in Galena, Ill.
Tim will present "What Amounts Can Be Collected Pre- and Post-Judgment" from 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Attendees of his session will learn what can be collected both before and after a judgment. Among the topics he will cover are foreclosure and mortgage regulations, breach of contract and the Interest Act.
Who Should Attend the “Litigation and Enforcement of Judgments” CLE Program?
Presented by the Illinois State Bar Association’s Commercial Banking, Collections and Bankruptcy section and co-sponsored by the Real Estate Law section, this program is geared toward attorneys who have intermediate practice experience working in the commercial litigation, banking, collections or bankruptcy arena.
In addition to Tim’s topics, others that will be addressed are:
The different ways to obtain a judgment
How to register foreign judgments
The issues that can arise during a foreclosure
What to do when a lawsuit is inevitable but the company is out of business
How to handle a disabled person’s debt and what happens to your judgment lien if the defendant dies
How to protect interest in citation proceedings
Piercing the corporate veil
For additional information, and to register, CLICK HERE.
Tim Novel has extensive litigation experience, primarily in the areas of complex commercial litigation, enforcement of judgments and fraudulent transfer litigation.
He represents a wide variety of clients, including financial institutions, municipalities, corporations, and individual plaintiffs and defendants in state, federal and bankruptcy courts.
In addition to numerous civil trial victories, Tim routinely represents clients in actions to avoid fraudulent transfers and other post judgment enforcement proceedings. He has obtained positive results for clients in matters involving injunctive relief such as temporary restraining orders, injunctions and pre-judgment attachment actions.