Nelson Hardiman successfully obtained a writ of attachment in excess of $400,000 against Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center (LAMMC). The proceedings followed months of negotiations during which Nelson Hardiman had attempted to persuade LAMMC to honor payment obligations to Nelson Hardiman’s client, an organization formerly contracted to the hospital. When negotiations broke down, Nelson Hardiman lawyers sued on behalf of the client and sought a writ seeking seizure of hospital assets. The Los Angeles Superior Court agreed that the client was entitled to provisional relief by writ of attachment.
Posted on February 4, 2010
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