This two hour streaming video seminar is provided by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
This program provides a comprehensive discussion on the interplay between enforcement of judgments and family law, specifically post-judgment issues. The discussion features a discussion of the distribution and access to a couple's finances from wages to businesses and other accounts.
Attorney at Law
Richard L. Enkelis received his JD degree from the USC School of Law. He practiced with Sweet & Hinsdale P.C. and had his own practice both in the San Francisco Bay Area before returning to Southern California. Both firms specialized in unsecured commercial debt collection on a contingency basis. He is the author of many articles on collection, the C.E.B. Action Guide "Enforcing Civil Money Judgments" and is the lead co-author on the C.E.B. treatise "Debt Collection Practice in California, 2nd Ed." He has taught continuing education for C.E.B. and other CLE providers and to law firms, trade associations and general lay groups regarding collection. Mr. Enkelis currently serves on the executive committee of the Provisional and Post-Judgment Remedies Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Herzlich & Blum, LLP
Jerome Blum received his JD degree from UCLA school of Law. He practiced with Brawerman, Kopple & Lerner and Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp before joining Herzlich & Blum, LLP, which specializes in commercial debt collection and collection of attorneys' fees for law firms on a contingency bias. He has taught continuing education for the Los Angeles County Bar Association and to law firms regarding collection by law firms of client fees. Mr. Blum currently serves on the executive committee of the Provisional and Post-Judgment Remedies Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Hon. James D.Endman
Los Angeles Superior Court Dept. 84
Commissioner Endman received his BS degree in Business Administration (Accounting) from the University of California (Berkeley) and his JD degree from Southwestern University. Commissioner Endman was in private practice for 20 years prior to his election as a Commissioner. He was at first assigned to the civil law and motion department, but since 1989 he has been assigned to the Family Law Department.
Commissioner Los Angeles Superior Court Dept. 1-A
Commissioner Gross received his BA degree from UCLA and attended Loyola Law School where he obtained his JD degree. Commissioner Gross served as a Deputy District Attorney in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office for five years. After working in private practice, he
became a Commissioner of the Los Angeles Superior Court in 1988. Since 1992, he has handled post-Judgment matters in Dept. 1-A, where he has ruled on an extremely wide range of post-Judgment matters in the Superior Court, Central District.