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Enforcement of Judgments in New Jersey and New York during the COVID Pandemic

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  • Description

    Winning at trial is only half the battle. Ultimately, being able to enforce a judgement is when the case is truly won. Whether you win by default, motion or trial, until a judgement is paid, it isn’t a success. This CLE course, presented by attorney Jeffrey H, Ward, will explain the mechanism for collecting judgement entered in the Courts of New York and New Jersey during COVID.

    The course will explain how judgements in these states are entered, including the domestication to these states of judgements from other states, as well as those entered by default or motion. The course will also discuss effective methods for finding debtor’s assets and procedures for enforcing judgements and levying found assets during the pandemic. Mr. Ward compares and contrasts the mechanisms used in NY and NJ and overall provides a fantastic introductory course for attorneys attempting to collect debts on behalf of a client during the pandemic.

  • Instructor Bio

    Jeffrey Ward

    Jeffrey H. Ward is an Attorney admitted to practice law in the States of New Jersey and New York, and the District of Columbia. Mr. Ward graduated from the City of New York School of Law in 1998. While in Law School, he served on the moot court team, and was a teaching and research assistant for a law professor. Mr. Ward also served as an intern to a New Jersey Superior Court Judge, a county prosecutor’s office, and a county public defender’s office.

    Mr. Ward has been practicing primarily in the fields of collection and creditors’ rights litigation since 1998. Mr. Ward litigates collection matters throughout the entire states of New Jersey and New York. He has tried many cases to verdict in state and federal court. He also handles bankruptcy, real estate and municipal court matters. Mr. Ward has served as an Adjunct Instructor at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Paralegal Studies Program, where he teaches New Jersey Civil Litigation.