Ayers and Trupp author chapters for fourth edition of Creditors’ and Debtors’ Practice in Florida
TAMPA, Fla. (December 18, 2012) — Arnstein & Lehr is proud to announce that two of its Tampa partners, Patrick Ayers and Robin Trupp, authored chapters in a recently published book by The Florida Bar.
The fourth edition of “Creditors’ and Debtors’ Practice in Florida” discusses creditor relations and debt collection in Florida, including such topics as foreclosure and bankruptcy, with discussion of judgment lien procedure and changes to bankruptcy law.
Ayers authored the chapter on “Judicial Lien Enforcement.” His practice concentrates on creditors’ rights with primary emphasis on foreclosures, replevins, landlord-tenant law, collections, and bankruptcy.
Trupp authored the chapter on “Discovery in Aid of Execution.” He has a lengthy litigation background with an emphasis on transactional facets of commercial litigation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, real estate law, and employment law.
The book can be purchased online via LexisNexis: www.LexisNexis.com/Store.
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