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In an Appealed Appointment, How Does a Receiver Get Paid if the Receivership is Terminated?

I have been appointed receiver in a case where the defendant appealed my appointment. If the appeal is successful, and the receivership is terminated, how do I get paid? ANSWER: As a general rule, fees and costs of a...more

IP/Entertainment Law Weekly Case Update for Motion Picture Studios and Television Networks -- January 30, 2014

Smith v. Sunshine Sound Enterprises, Inc., USCA, 11th Circuit, January 22, 2014 - Eleventh Circuit reverses dismissal of estate’s claims for copyright infringement, holding that songwriter who assigned his legal rights...more

Medicaid Card Warning: This Card Could Cause the State to Recoup From Your Estate!

Have you ever wondered about warning labels? I mean, some of them are so ridiculous that you have to wonder who the person was that created the need for such a ridiculous warning label. For example, the warning label...more

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

When Statutes Of Limitations Conflict, Newer And More Specific Statute Takes Precedence Allowing Lawsuit To Proceed

In Allen v. Stoddard (--- Cal.Rptr.3d ----, Cal.App. 4 Dist., January 9, 2013), a California Court of Appeal considered how to resolve a conflict between two statutes that provide for different time periods during which a...more

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