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Past Event
14 May 2014

Speakers

  • Michael B. Kimberly
    T +1 202 263 3127
  • Brian D. Netter
    T +1 202 263 3339
  • Joshua D. Yount
    T +1 312 701 8423
Webinar

Appeal Bonds and Other Asset Protection: Staying an Adverse Judgment Execution

Why you should attend:

This CLE webinar will provide appellate and trial counsel with an analysis of supersedeas bonds, the process of staying a judgment and securing the bonds, and rule-based and discretionary alternatives to a full supersedeas bond in federal courts. The panel will offer best practices to meet the security requirements to stay an adverse judgment during appeal.

Description: A judgment creditor may seek to collect from a judgment debtor’s assets even if the debtor has appealed the judgment. Counsel for the judgment debtor must take immediate steps to shield the debtor’s assets from a judgment creditor while the appeal unfolds. Traditionally, the judgment debtor has to post a security to cover the judgment amount, plus interest and costs. And the ever increasing size of damages awards creates greater financial hardships for judgment debtors, particularly in the current economy. As a result, counsel must understand bonding options, alternatives to bonding, and how to obtain a stay pending appeal.

Listen as our panel of appellate practitioners discusses supersedeas bonds, analyzes the process of staying a judgment and securing the bonds, and offers rule-based and discretionary alternatives to a full supersedeas bond. The panel will outline best practices to meet the security requirements to stay an adverse judgment execution during an appeal.

What you will learn:

The panel will review these and other key questions:

  • What are the best approaches for counsel to obtain a supersedeas bond?
  • What are the rule-based alternatives available to supersedeas bonds?
  • How can counsel obtain a discretionary alternative to a full supersedeas bond?

Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.

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