Robin Mashal – Century City Law Group, APC

High-Hanging Fruit: Unusual Levies

This continuing legal education (CLE) program will describe unusual methods of levy, and is designed for litigators seeking both pre-judgment and post-judgment enforcement and collection from assets belonging to the…more

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Anguiano v. Intercontinental

Answer to First Amended Complaint

This the answer our client filed to a class action lawsuit based on wage and hour claims…more

| Labor & Employment Law
David A. Gill vs. VFLINE, Inc.

Adversary Judgment

The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California (Los Angeles Division) entered this judgment against the Debtor's son for fraudulently transferred assets from the Debtor to her son prior to the filing…more

| Bankruptcy
W.G. Wells v. Americantex, Inc.

Subsequent Opinion Declaring Litigant [William G. Wells] Vexatious

Our client is the assignee of a money judgment. In the course of enforcing judgment, the judgment debtors William G. Wells (an individual) and Valuation Systems (a Nevada corporation) brought a motion to "strike" and "vacate"…more

| Administrative Law
Wells vs. Americantex, Inc.

Decision of Court of Appeal

Our client, Americantex Inc., was the assignee of a money judgment. The judgment debtors brought a "motion to strike" the assignment and prevent our client from collecting on the judgment. The trial court denied this motion. …more

| Commercial Law & Contracts
David A. Gill vs. VFLINE, Inc.

Summons to Second Amended Complaint

This is the Summons and Notice of Status Conference issued by the Bankruptcy Court Clerk in the case of David A. Gill vs. VFLINE, Inc., Case number 2:11-ap-02670-BB…more

| Bankruptcy
David A. Gill vs. VFLINE, Inc.

Adversary Complaint

This is the Second Amended Complaint filed in a bankruptcy adversary proceeding concerning fraudulent transfers, etc., committed by bankruptcy debtors…more

| Bankruptcy
David A. Gill vs. Sui Ling Li

Bankruptcy Judgment of Denial of Discharge

Section 727 of the United States Bankruptcy Code enumerates circumstances under which a bankruptcy petitioner may be denied discharge. Under Subsection 727(a)(4), the Court may deny discharge where "the debtor knowingly and…more

| Bankruptcy
Yu Chung Koo vs. Xi Fan Hong

Bankruptcy Judgment of Nondischargeability

Section 523 of the United States Bankruptcy Court enumerate certain liabilities which may not be discharged in a bankruptcy case. This nondischargeability may apply, even though the debtor may receive discharge of her/his…more

| Bankruptcy
Koo v. Hong

Remittitur

The Court of Appeal of the State of California, Second Appellate District has remitted the case back to the Los Angeles Superior Court…more

| Business Torts
Koo vs. Hong

Decision of Court of Appeal

This is a copy of the decision of the Court of Appeal of the State of California, Second Appellate District, Division 2, in Case number B228431. The District Court of Appeal ("DCA") heard oral arguments on September 23, 2011,…more

| Business Torts
Yu Chung Koo vs. Xi Fan Hong

Complaint to Determine Dischargeabilty of Debts

Section 523 of the United States Bankruptcy Code excepts from discharge certain types of liabilties such as taxes and customs duties, credit obtained by fraud, defalcation by a fiduciary, domestic support obligations, willful…more

| Bankruptcy
Koo vs. Hong

Respondent's Reply Brief

Our client obtained a jury verdict in the Los Angeles Superior Court, on which the Trial Court entered judgment in favor of our client. Judgment debtors appealed. We filed this Reply Brief in the Court of Appeal of the State…more

| Business Torts

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