Clark Hill Attorney Jason R. Canvasser Presented “Enforcements of Judgments” Webinar for Lorman Education Services May 23, 2017
Detroit, MI – Clark Hill attorney Jason R. Canvasser presented a webinar titled “Enforcements of Judgments” for Lorman Education Services on May 23, 2017. Addressing those responsible for enforcing judgments and managing client expectations, Canvasser discussed the enforcement process and the potential pitfalls that regularly hamper a party’s ability to enforce a judgment.
Canvasser is a Senior Attorney in Clark Hill's Detroit office where he practices in the Litigation Practice Group. He has broad experience representing clients in general commercial litigation matters, landlord-tenant matters, issues relating to bankruptcy/creditor’s rights, real estate transactions and issues involving zoning and liquor licensing. He has significant experience in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts and has been admitted pro hac vice in multiple out of state matters.
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