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Civil Lawsuit Basics: Enforcing Judgments

Civil Lawsuit Basics: Enforcing Judgments
A judgment is often thought of as the conclusion of a civil lawsuit, but sometimes it is only the beginning of a long process of enforcement. In this class, learn about the procedures and methods involved in getting paid on a money judgment in California, and the legal protections available to those who have had a judgment entered against them.  Class covers: Typical steps to enforcing a judgment (getting paid) Characteristics of different enforcement tools, including liens, levies and more When different methods of enforcement may be appropriate Exemptions and other legal protections for judgment debtors Presented by Ryan Metheny Ryan Metheny is the Managing Librarian, Legal Education at LA Law Library. After graduating from UCLA School of Law, Ryan practiced First Amendment law at a public interest firm in Berkeley. He then transitioned to librarianship to focus on his passions of research and education, and earned a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Washington. When not on the reference desk, Ryan coordinates the educational programming at the law library, the law student internship program, and the Members Program. He also teaches legal research at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.   Registration fees:  for the class  Non-refundable payment reserves seat Parking options available during registration Lunch option no longer available   Registration payment and parking options available during registration at; www.lalawlibrary.org/CLASSES or call 213.785.2516.  

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