LLC Veil Piercing, Charging Orders, Personal Guarantees, and More
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Review the latest requirements, legal trends, and case law updates concerning LLC debt collection.
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William R Baldwin III is a member of the Richmond, Virginia firm of Meyer Baldwin Long & Moore LLP. While Mr. Baldwin maintains a general business practice, his primary focus has been in commercial litigation, with extensive corporate, debtor-creditor, landlord tenant, Uniform Commercial Code, real estate, foreclosure, and fraud experience. He is admitted to in practice in Virginia and before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Virginia Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, and the U.S. District and Bankruptcy courts for the Eastern and Western districts of Virginia. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the Virginia State Bar and Richmond Bar Association. He earned his B.S. degree from the United States Military Academy and J.D. degree, cum laude, from the Washington & Lee University School of Law. Mr. Baldwin was law clerk to Hon. H.E. Widener, Jr., U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.
Marissa A Johnson is an attorney with The Crossmore Law Office where she practices in the areas of commercial litigation. Ms. Johnson completed her undergraduate degree at Louisiana State University and earned her Juris Doctor from Southern University Law Center. She was a member of the Moot Court Board during law school, where she won an award for being the co-author of the best brief. She also won a CALI award for her trial advocacy skills. Ms. Johnson is admitted to practice before the state courts of New York and New Jersey and in the Federal Court for the District of New Jersey and New Jersey Bankruptcy Court. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, American Bar Association, New York State Bar's Committee on Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction, and Fingerlakes Women's Bar Association. Ms. Johnson judges trial advocacy, mock trial, and moot court competitions at the regional, state, and national level in her spare time, including high school, university, and law school students. She most recently judged a regional college competition for the American Mock Trial Association.
Lynda L Laing is a partner in the law firm of Strauss, Factor, Laing & Lyons in Providence, Rhode Island, where her practice concentrates in the areas of collections and litigation. Ms. Laing is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Rhode Island and American bar associations, the Commercial Law League of America, and the American Bankruptcy Institute. Ms. Laing served as chairperson of the Bench Bar Committee for the Rhode Island Bar Association. She earned her A.B. degree from Albion College and her J.D. degree from Case Western Reserve University Law School.
Ronald S Weiss is a partner in the Kansas City law firm of Berman, DeLeve, Kuchan & Chapman, L.C. He practices in the areas of bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Mr. Weiss wrote the chapter on general executions in The Missouri Bar Handbookand Attachments on Debtor/Creditors' Rights, and the chapter on bankruptcy in The Missouri Bar Practical Skills Handbook. He also is a contributing writer to The Missouri Bar Bankruptcy Practice Handbook. Mr. Weiss has been a lecturer for The Missouri Bar seminars and for the National Association of Credit Management in the Kansas City Bar Young Lawyers Trial Practice Program. He has served as chair of the Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute. Mr. Weiss is a member of The Missouri Bar, the American Bar Association, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, the Commercial Law League of America, and the American Bankruptcy Institute. He earned his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Missouri.
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