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Given the current economic times, greater emphasis will be placed on collecting debts that are owed. Once a debt is reduced to a judgment, various collection options are available. One of the most common steps for debt collection is a judgment-debtor examination. In many respects, these are routine efforts used to identify the location of assets which could be used to satisfy the judgment. The recent case cited as Ohio Department of Taxation v. Kunkle, 179 Ohio App. 3d 747, 2008-Ohio-6393 is an example of potential strategies and also risks that can be encountered if the testimony provided at a judgment-debtor exam is less than truthful. Read More ›
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C. Michael Shull, III focuses his practice on construction law and litigation. Michael's client representations range from casinos and ENR Top 400 contractors to design firms and subcontractors.