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How State-Court Default Judgments Can Trump a Bankruptcy Discharge (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

May 1, 2012

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Bankruptcy

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Summary

Facing civil litigation, the defendant defaults because it intends to file bankruptcy and escape the costs of defense. Is the "paper judgment" worth anything when the defendant files for bankruptcy? Are we done?

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David J. Cook

As the senior attorney of Cook Collection Attorneys PLC, located in San Francisco, David J. Cook specializes in the... Read More

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