Total Credits: 3 CLE
Have you ever gotten a judgment and thought what next? Or been stonewalled in your attempts to collect ona judgment you know to be collectible. Our distinguished panel will walk through the state law (and some federal) remedies that can assist you in collecting on that judgment. We will discuss the common tools used to collect judgments as well as how to avoid pitfalls and other traps. Please join us for a morning that while be sure to enhance your practice.
Anthony Austin, Fennemore Craig PC
Alissa Brice Castaneda, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
J. Henk Taylor, Ryan Rapp Underwood & Pacheco, PLC
Justin Niedzialek, Dunn DeSantis Walt & Kendrick, LLP
|Beyond Judgement Liens, Garnishments and Collections Manual- 2023 (15.9 MB)||209 Pages||Available after Purchase|
is co-chair of Fennemore's financial restructuring, bankruptcy and creditors' rights practice group, where he works on matters including collection and judgement work, breach of contract, partnership disputes and receiverships. He represents financial institutions, debtors, creditors, and trustees in all phases of complex litigation and restructuring transactions, including trials and appeals. As an AV Preeminent rated bankruptcy attorney, Anthony has a wide range of commercial litigation experience involving foreclosures, receiverships and guarantor litigation. His experience as a bankruptcy attorney has him representing clients at trial and various types of hearings before the Bankruptcy Court, District Court, and Arizona Supreme Court. He is also adept at litigation matters involving the rapidly-evolving cannabis industry and partnered on a precedent-setting bankruptcy case involving marijuana investors and distributors. Growing up near the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, where his dad was a park ranger who helped open Kartchner Caverns to the public, Anthony has always had a great love for Arizona - and helping people - and knew from an early age he wanted to be a lawyer. These passions shape his view of his civil practice to this day where selling and merging companies really means saving jobs, keeping companies open, and maintaining the legacy of small business owners and their jobs that support hundreds of family members. Outside his work as a debt attorney, Anthony loves spending time in the great outdoors with his wife and three kids, exploring and camping in areas like Prescott, Cottonwood, Show Low, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the Carlsbad Caverns. Although he is a lifelong Cubs fan and grew up listening to Harry Caray on WGN Radio, his love for baseball carried into the Southwest, and he now often enjoys a cold beer with a hot dog at Arizona Diamondbacks games.
is a partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP in the Finance & Restructuring group in Phoenix. Alissa focuses her practice on bankruptcy and restructuring, creditors’ rights litigation and enforcement, and commercial litigation. Alissa advises banks, lending institutions, and other creditors as well as debtors and corporate clients in chapter 11 bankruptcies and restructuring, loan workouts, receiverships, and other enforcement, foreclosure and deficiency actions. In addition to her restructuring practice, Alissa also represents clients in commercial litigation matters in both state and federal court. Alissa is a member and past President of the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court. Alissa participated in the NCBJ Next Generation Class of 2017 and was selected as a Super Lawyers Southwest Rising Star from 2014-2020. She is also on the Board of Directors of UMOM New Day Centers, a non-profit organization focused on restoring hope, rebuilding lives and ending homelessness. Alissa is a graduate of Boston College Law School and the University of Southern California (magna cum laude) and clerked for the Honorable John S. Dalis of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia. Alissa is licensed in Arizona, California, and New York.
is a partner in the firm of Warner Angle Hallam Jackson & Formanek, PLC, where he practices in the areas of real estate lending and leasing, workouts, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights. He represents debtors, creditors’ committees, trustees, asset-based lenders, contractors, landlords, trade/service suppliers, other secured and unsecured creditors, and asset purchasers in all facets of cases under Chapters 7 and 11. Henk also represents secured and unsecured creditors in state and federal court enforcement proceedings including replevins and receiverships. Prior to joining Warner Angle, Henk was a partner in the Phoenix office of Lewis and Roca, LLP. He received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, magna cum laude, and his law degree from the University of Florida, with high honors. Following law school, Henk served as a law clerk to the Hon. Lacey Collier of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, and the Hon. Susan Black of United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He has been listed in Southwest SuperLawyers in the areas of Bankruptcy/Reorganization and Bankruptcy/Litigation since 2016. Henk is a member of the Construction and Bankruptcy Sections of the Arizona Bar, as well as being a master in the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court.
is an attorney with the Phoenix office of Dunn DeSantis Walt & Kendrick, LLP. His areas of practice include labor and employment law, creditors’ rights, judgment enforcement, commercial litigation, and bankruptcy law. He serves a diverse client base including individuals, small and large businesses, and financial institutions. Prior to joining DDWK, Justin spent time in solo practice, and before starting his own practice, he was a member at The Cavanagh Law Firm. He has conducted numerous trainings and CLEs in various areas of law including judgment enforcement, the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, and labor and employment best practices. Justin is an Arizona native, received a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in psychology from the University of San Diego, and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law.