For the second year in a row, my In-House Advisor co-publisher, Renee Inomata, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for the Employment Law – Management category. Best Lawyers® is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey in which tens of thousands of leading attorneys throughout the country voted on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas. Congratulations, Renee, on this well-deserved honor!
During the dog days of summer, anything with the word “freeze” may sound appealing. But if the freeze is a “trustee process attachment” (tying up a bank or other institutional account), a whole different set of emotions can be evoked. As I discussed in Gain Leverage by Freezing Bank Accounts – Part I and Part II, knowing the law surrounding trustee process attachments can create or defuse significant and sometimes dispositive leverage. Further, and as the Federal District Court reminded us recently in DeBenedictis v. Dougherty, the speed with which a party acts or reacts when a trustee process is sought can be critical.… Keep reading