In February this year Amador Law Corporation settled a 7-figure case for a financial institution against a real estate tycoon who had personally guaranteed various loans made by the institution to companies owned by defendant guarantor. The suit was filed in San Francisco Superior Court.
Amador Law Corporation initially was able to win a challenge to its sub-service of the complaint that defendant lived in Hong Kong, though service was made at her penthouse in San Francisco.
Facilitating resolution of the case five months before trial was the use of a pre-judgment writ of attachment obtained on behalf of our client which froze certain assets of defendant pending trial, and the use of debtor exams of third parties with knowledge of defendant’s assets.
The case settled during defendant’s deposition.