Aggressively helping businesses and individuals collect commercial debts and enforce judgments by applying strategies developed and tested over 45 years to save clients time and money.
We also defend or advise debtors dealing with all of the above post-judgment enforcement actions.
As Business Manager, Mr. Hoang oversees the staff and the Firm’s daily operations. He focuses his practice on Commercial Debt Collections and Judgment Enforcement litigation. Mr. Hoang conducts, on a regular basis, Judgment Debtor and Third Party Judgment Debtor Examinations.
Other Work Highlights
In August of 2018, Mr. Hoang drafted a Motion for Increased Attorney’s Fees to be Added to Plaintiff’s Request for Default Judgment, which was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Under the local rules, the award of the attorney’s fees would have been $2,300. Based upon his Motion, the Court awarded $157, in attorney’s fees.
In March of 2020, Mr. Hoang drafted two Ex Parte Applications for a Writ of Possession and Writ of Execution, including nine separate proposed orders, which were filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. The underlying judgment award was in excess of $4.9 Million against a private University located in Riverside County. The proposed orders sought levies upon personal property, including but not limited to, twenty-eight computer servers, twenty-one vehicles and all other personal property belonging to the judgment debtor University. The Court granted all nine proposed orders without any modification.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.