Getting Paid! What to Do Before and After You Get a Judgment



It isn’t over till the check clears the bank! How to maximize your chances of obtaining a judgment you can collect.

A collection lawyer and a private investigator discuss what to do before you take a case, while you are writing your complaint and in the first 30 days after judgment to maximize your chances of getting paid. This program will cover this program will investigations you can perform before you take a case to see if the judgment will likely be collectible, ways to structure your case to improve your chances of collection and what to do in the first 30 days after you obtain a judgment.


Greg Groeneveld (Moderator) is a lawyer in San Francisco, California with over 20 years of experience who specializes in non FDCPA judgment enforcement. He is a graduate of the Columbia University school of Law where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar and is on the board of the California Association of judgment professionals. Greg has spoken on the topic of judgment enforcement at the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Conference and at many local lawyers organizations in California.

Jim Zimmer, a licensed California private investigator with offices and residence in San Juan Capistrano, has thirty years experience in investigations. He has undertaken over 10,000 cases, ranging from high-profile investigations such as the Orange County bankruptcy and political cases involving various government officials, to complex asset investigations, trademark infringement, undercover and surveillance.




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