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Prejudgment Remedy - Collections in Connecticut Part 2 [VIDEO]

This video is number two in a series of three, and discusses the PJR statutory mechanism. Please join our experts in discussion. The Series: Collections in Connecticut - how to get paid if you are owed money? Collecting money owed to you or your company can be frustrating. When making a claim for damages in Connecticut, unlike in most other states, a plaintiff can apply to the Court for a prejudgment remedy (“PJR”) against the defendant. 

Click here for Part 1 - Pre and Post-Judgement Collection Specifics

Click here for Part 3 - Steps in the Connecticut Collection Process

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Alene Gefner, Litigator, Murtha Cullina Law FIrm
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Ms. Gfeller has extensive experience in the area of commercial law and her practice involves representation of a variety of clients in complex litigation matters in Connecticut. Ms. Gfeller’s practice is diverse and covers many aspects of litigation including lender liability, foreclosures, construction, landlord/tenant matters, receiverships, UCC related litigation, pre/post judgment remedies, replevins and collection. Ms. Gfeller devotes significant time representing financial institutions in all aspects of a default including commercial workouts, modifications, restructures, forbearance...

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Robert Kaelin, Murtha Cullina, commercial litigator, franchise agreement attorney, business dispute legal counsel, landlord lawyer, CAM audit claims law
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Mr. Kaelin represents clients in the areas of commercial litigation and bankruptcy.

Mr. Kaelin's commercial litigation practice centers on collection work, such as foreclosures, replevin actions and actions pursuant to the Connecticut Prejudgment Remedy Statute, and business disputes, contract actions, franchise agreement claims, Uniform Commercial Code actions and claims for tortious interference with business. Mr. Kaelin's litigation practice includes work in both state and federal court.  He has tried bench and jury trials in both federal and...

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