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Judgment debtor violated Turnover Order to convey shares certificate and proprietary lease for two co-op apartments to judgment creditor under Federal Rule 69(a) judgment execution. William Hummell, Esq. of KMWB, filed an order to show cause pursuant to SDNY Local...
In this month's RSA Reporter is a discussion under noteworthy decisions about the appeal KMWB Partner Joseph Goldsmith won before the NYS Court of Appeals in Aurora Associates v. Locatelli, 2022 NY Slip Op 00958 (2022). In Locatelli the NYS Court of Appeals, the...
William Hummell, Esq. of KMWB, on October 5, 2021, defeated the judgment debtor’s second motion for a stay of enforcement of trial Judgment – motion he filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals.