If he or his attorney does not show-up, can't judge rule in my favor (ex-parte???).
I am not a registered creditor. He has not listed me as a debtor either. Will there be any advantage to being one?
His attorney (Mr. G) in my suit is different than bankruptcy one (Mr. Tosney). Isn't Mr. G supposed to let me know that his client is out of bankruptcy and ready to proceed with the case?
Plaintiff has since dissolved the corp. voluntarily (per Secy of State listing). His license was suspended per CSLB listing. He is currently doing business as a sole properitor with a new license. How do you think it will play out after his bankruptcy? I am not planning to hire any attorney unless he prevails. Then get one to appeal. How would you handle it?
Thanks for your candid opinion. I'll rate your answer. Bye for now.
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