• Amersham, Inc.

    Louisville, Colorado
    2010:  Assignee of merged Intrex Global Solutions Corp. and Amersham, Inc.  The Company assets were sold in April 2010 with the Assignee engaged to monitor the sale earn-out for calendar years 2011, 2012 and 2013.  There is additional work for tax reporting and secured creditor distribution(s) each year.

  • LTD Ceramics, Inc. and LCL International, Inc.

    U.S. Bankruptcy Court
    Fremont, California
    Consultant to Chapter 11 debtor's. Assisted in preparation of Summary of Schedules and Statement of Financial Affairs. Prepare distribution to wage claimants.

  • Sessions, Inc.

    Scotts Valley, California
    2009: Sessions was a recognized international brand of snowboard and action sports apparel. The company designed, merchandized and distributed high performance snowboard outerwear, accessories and select street wear for 'youth driven' sports. The assets were sold for $650,000 and included inventory, trademarks, service marks, brands, copyrights, patent and any other intangible assets both domestic and international owned by Sessions. The secured creditor was paid in full. A valuation of the assets was completed for the Assignee.

  • Westt, Inc.

    Menlo Park, California
    2005: Westt, Inc. was a contract designer and manufacturer of electro-mechanical products for OEMS. Customers who moved to the outsource mode, requested Westt to provide total manufacturing solutions that included design, turn-key production and end customer support. Customers included KLA-Tencor and Applied Materials. Liquidation of assets, collection of significant accounts receivable and 100% payment to secured creditor.

  • Comerica Bank - California vs. usprint Corporation; Keith D. Hylton et al

    Action No. C02-00725
    Superior Court, County of Contra Costa - Judge Walter D. Rogers
    2002:  Receiver appointed to oversee financial aspects of business, large transactions and transactions outside the ordinary course of business.  Company operated a printing plant and CD manufacturing plant in Brentwood, California.

  • HD Interconnect Technology

    Azusa, California
    2002: HD Interconnect Technology Corporation was a company that focused on the development, manufacturing, marketing and sales of adhesiveless thin copper laminates (single and double sided with maximum copper thickness less than 10 micro inches) to the Flexible Circuit Industries. Products were initially comprised of adhesiveless thin Copper and Polyimide films (COP). The assets were sold for $400,000 along with an assumption of the leased premises. One hundred percent payment to creditors plus ten percent interest and a partial distribution to shareholders.

  • West America Commercial Credit Inc. vs. U. S. Curoco Corporation

    Action No. 011975
    Superior Court, Solano County - David Edwin Power 
    1999: Manage, operate and liquidate a galvanized steel manufacturing plant located in Richmond, CA. Staff of 34 employees and heavy industrial equipment valued at $700,000.