Peter Davidson

Peter Davidson

Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP

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Can a Receiver Be Liable for Acts or Omissions that Occurred in a Case After Discharge?

The court has approved my final account and report, discharged me as receiver and exonerated my bond in a difficult, litigious case I am glad to have over. An elder receiver I know told me I could still be liable for acts or...more

4/17/2014 - Bonds Indemnification Receivership

Can an Appeal be Dismissed because the Appellant has Refused to Comply with Court Orders?

I have been appointed receiver in a case involving contentious litigation over a business. The defendant has appealed my order of appointment. The defendant has also repeatedly violated the injunction issued along with my...more

4/3/2014 - Appeals Contempt Court-Appointed Receivers Disentitlement Doctrine

Receiver as a Lien Creditor

QUESTION: Before the Commercial Code was amended a few years ago, it provided that a receiver becomes a lien creditor over personal property in the receivership estate and can avoid unperfected security interests in such...more

3/20/2014

Should Receivers Appear Only Through Counsel To Avoid Civil Liability?

QUESTION: Should receivers appear only through counsel to avoid civil liability? ANSWER: In Re Shattuck, 411 B.R. 378 (10th Cir. BAP 2009), which held that a receiver, who is not a lawyer, cannot appear in federal...more

3/6/2014 - Civil Liability Receivership

Can a State Court Receiver Appear in the Bankruptcy Court or the District Court on Behalf of the Receivership Estate?

I have been a receiver for quite some time and know how the system works. I have a case without much money currently in it. Instead of hiring counsel, can I file pleadings in the bankruptcy court or the district court, on...more

2/20/2014 - Consumer Bankruptcy Estate Planning Receivership

Appointing a Neutral Receiver

I just received notice that the lender to one of my clients is seeking to have a receiver appointed over my client’s shopping center. I think the proposed receiver is in the lender’s pocket and will not be neutral. The lender...more

2/6/2014 - Receivership

When I Am Appointed as Receiver is there Anyone in Particular I Need to Notify?

QUESTION: When I am appointed receiver is there anyone in particular that I need to notify? ANSWER: There are a number of statutes which require a receiver to notify certain agencies of the receiver’s appointment. In...more

1/23/2014 - IRS Receivership

As a Receiver, Do I Need an Order From the Court to Sue Someone?

My order of appointment states that I have the power to commence litigation. Do I need a separate order from the receivership court if I want to sue someone? A receiver’s “order of appointment,” along with any applicable...more

1/10/2014 - Receivership Trial Court Orders

Can a Receiver Be Assigned to a Referree by Stipulation, and Take Instruction from the Referee?

Can a receiver be assigned to a referee by stipulation, and take instruction from the referee? A receiver is an officer of the court, appointed by and directed by the court....more

12/19/2013 - Receivership Referees Stipulations

Can a Defendant Sue a Receiver’s Property Management Company, or Are They Protected from a Lawsuit Like a Receiver?

I hired a property management company to aid me in managing a receivership property. A defendant in the case has threatened to sue the management company for action taken at my request. Can the defendant sue the management...more

12/5/2013 - Infringement Judicial Immunity Property Management Companies Receivership Subject Matter Jurisdiction Trademarks

Can a Receiver for a Corporation Settle Litigation it is a Party to?

After a receiver is appointed to enforce a settlement, can the defendant, a California corporation, appeal the judgment and order appointing the receiver, or is the receiver the only party that has the right to appeal?...more

10/31/2013 - Receivership Settlement

Validity of Receiver’s Oath

QUESTION: The receiver in a case I am involved in was appointed six months ago. She initially did not file her oath. After repeated letters from me, she finally did so last month. The oath she filed is not sworn. Is the oath...more

10/17/2013 - Receivership

Must a Receiver Take an Oath of Office?

QUESTION: The receiver in a case I am involved in was appointed six months ago. She initially did not file her oath. After repeated letters from me, she finally did so last month. The oath she filed is not sworn. Is the...more

8/22/2013 - Receivership

Can a Corporation be Appointed a Receiver?

I was in court last week and the judge appointed a corporation as the receiver in a case....more

7/25/2013 - Estate Planning Executors Exemptions Receivership

Using Recievers to Collect Judgments Against Intellectual Property Assets

I have been asked to be a receiver to help collect a judgment. The judgment debtor has intellectual property assets. Plaintiff’s counsel has asked me how hard it will be to get me appointed and if I would be able to sell the...more

4/24/2013 - Auction Debt Collection Debt Collectors Enforcement Actions Judgment Debtors

How To Get Paid When There Are Insufficient Funds In A Receivership

QUESTION: Because there were not enough funds in the receivership estate, the court has ordered the plaintiff to pay my outstanding fees. The plaintiff, however, has refused to pay me. What can I do to get paid?...more

3/21/2013 - Fees Judgment Liens Receivership

Can A Creditor With A Judgment Levy On Receivership Estate Funds?

QUESTION: I am a receiver for a partnership. A creditor with a judgment has threatened to levy on funds I have collected. Can she do that?...more

3/7/2013 - Creditors Estate Claims Levy Receivership

Using Receiver’s Certificate To Pay Receiver’s Fees

QUESTION: I was appointed receiver for an unfinished housing development. I have convinced the Plaintiff (Bank) to advance funds to pay for guards, insurance and to complete construction, as well as to pay for my and my...more

10/3/2012 - Commercial Bankruptcy Receiver's Certificates Receiver's Fees Receivership Title Insurance and Trust Company

The Right To Appeal Once A Receiver is Appointed

QUESTION: After a receiver is appointed to enforce a settlement, can the defendant, a California corporation, appeal the judgment and order appointing the receiver, or is the receiver the only party that has the right to...more

9/19/2012 - Appeals Board of Directors Commercial Bankruptcy Enforcement Receivership Right To Appeal Settlement

Receivers in Arbitration Proceedings

QUESTION: My client is involved in a partnership dispute. The partnership agreement provides all disputes are to be resolved by binding arbitration. I may want to have a receiver appointed to operate the partnership property...more

9/5/2012 - Appeals Arbitration Arbitration Agreements Arbitration Awards Arbitrators Compensatory Damages Court-Appointed Receivers Fire Damage Partnerships Property Damage Punitive Damages Receivership Standing Voidable

Can A Receiver Be Appointed To Collect Accounts Receivable?

QUESTION: Can a receiver be appointed at the request of a secured creditor holding a lien on accounts receivable for the limited purpose of collecting the receivables?...more

8/22/2012 - Accounts Receivable Court-Appointed Receivers Secured Creditors Specific Performance

Is It Necessary To Give Unsecured Creditors Notice of Motions in Receivership Cases?

QUESTION: In an operating receivership with an impaired secured creditor, where there is no possibility of payment to unsecured creditors, is it necessary to notice unsecured creditors on motions? ANSWER: The answer is...more

8/8/2012 - Creditors Federal Court Receiverships Notice of Motions Receivership Secured Creditors State Court Receiverships Unsecured Creditors

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