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This program was recorded on February 26, 2019
The purpose of this course is to provide attendees with the working background necessary to collect on behalf of their clients after obtaining a successful judgment. The course will cover how a judgment is to be perfected and finalized. Next, attendees will gain insight into locating assets that can serve as a source of funds. Once the background mechanics of the collections process has been explained, course participants will learn how to levy assets, so that their clients may have the full benefit of the judgment.
In addition to these topics, attendees will learn how to successfully navigate through a debtor’s bankruptcy. Finally, the course will provide an overview of consumer protection and collection laws which attorneys should be mindful.
Adam B. Edgecombe
Adam B. Edgecombe has been an associate with the firm since November 2015 and has a general business litigation practice, including work in the firm’s commercial litigation, construction litigation, and condominium and homeowners’ association practice groups. He was recognized as a 2018 Super Lawyers Rising Star and a 2018 Florida Trend Legal Elite Up and Comer. Prior to joining Jimerson & Cobb, Mr. Edgecombe was an associate attorney with a nationwide insurance defense firm, where he handled matters relating to medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, premises liability, general liability, worker’s compensation, automobile liability, and wrongful death.
Will Anderson is a Jacksonville litigator, who joined Jimerson & Cobb in 2018, and currently represents clients in Business Litigation and Construction Law matters. Prior to joining Jimerson & Cobb, Mr. Anderson was a member of the McGuireWoods complex commercial litigation team, focusing on consumer financial services. His clients included national financial institutions that he represented in both state and federal courts. Prior to joining McGuireWoods, Mr. Anderson defended insurance companies and the insured in first- and third-party lawsuits for auto and homeowners coverage. After law school, Mr. Anderson began his career with the Public Defender’s office for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orlando, Florida. During his time there, Mr. Anderson represented his clients in court on a daily basis, successfully defending them in numerous jury and bench trials. During his time at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Mr. Anderson was a member of the Florida law school moot court and received the book award for trial practice. While not at work, Mr. Anderson enjoys spending time with his wife Chelsea and their adopted Wheaton Terrier, Ranger.
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- Perfecting and finalizing your judgment
- Identifying assets upon which to levy
- Levying assets
- Consumer collections laws
- Bankruptcy Issues