Professional Services

  • Chapman, Popik & White, LLP

    San Francisco, California
    2012:  Consultant to San Francisco law firm to assist in an orderly dissolution process.  A dissolution task list was created and specific timelines established.


  • Michelle Kaufmann Entities

    Oakland, California
    2009:  The Michelle  Kaufmann entities include MK Designs, MK Elements, MK Constructs and MK Homes.  These entities reflected a full service architectual firm that specialized in sustainable, innovative and high quality design using modular technology to create eco-friendly pre-designed homes.  The Assignee marketed and sold the assets including the CAD and production drawings, design materials, mechanical and structural engineering information for modular homes for $150,000.00.


  • Julian R. Davis, Jr., M.D. vs. Carol Glann, M.D.

    Action No. RG08388059
    Superior Court, County of  Alameda - Judge Frank Roesch
    2008: Appointed Receiver for the dissolution of East Oakland Pediatric Medical Group, Inc. a medical practice specializing in pediatric care.  The Receiver negotiated a separation date with the doctors, worked with existing staff to complete medical billing, handled Medi-Cal and capitation payment issues,  separated patient medical records to the doctor of record and generally worked toward a dissolution of the Corporation.


  • In the Matter of the Assumption of Jurisdiction Over the Law Practice of Susan M. St. Amour

    Action No. RG04161533
    Superior Court, County of Alameda - Judge Barbara T. Miller
    2004: Receiver appointed to determine to whom the funds in the Trust account belong.  Prepare a report for court approval recommending how the funds should be disbursed and oversee the distribution of funds held in St. Amour's Trust account.


  • Hayes, Orly & Cundall, Inc.

    Sausalito, California
    2004: Assignee for an advertising firm . Liquidation of FF&E and collection of accounts receivable.


  • Ekona Architecture and Planning

    San Francisco, California
    2003: Assignee for an architecture firm that specialized in the design of Greek Orthodox churches, community centers and public service buildings in the United States and Canada. Negotiation of sale of fixed assets and assignment of contracts.Attempted collection of more than $500,000 in accounts receivable.


  • Larry D. Unitan, Virtual Task Group, Inc. vs. Sue Gibson

    Action No. 792613-4
    Superior Court, Alameda County - Judge Henry E. Needham, Jr.
    1998: Operation of computer consulting business; reconstructing of contract files and oversight of employee/consulting staff to complete existing contracts with Fortune 500 companies such as Lucent Technologies, Ernst & Young, and IBM. Completion of corporate dissolution pursuant to a court approved settlement.


  • P. Judith Lindsey vs. Dionne Uribe, et al.

    Action No. 974921
    Superior Court, San Francisco County - Judge William Cahill
    1996: Dissolution of travel agency partnership known as Easy Travel located in San Francisco, California.  Involved detailed review of partners' documents in determining final accounting of assets and liabilities, any money the partnership is obligated to transfer to either party, and any other dispute which could be resolved by a monetary determination or transfer of property.  Court accepted recommendations of Receiver.


  • Sudhir Sahni vs. National Travel Service

    Action No. C-90-01300
    Superior Court, Contra Costa County - Judge Ellen S. James
    1990: Management and operation of four travel agencies located in San Francisco, Walnut Creek, San Rafael, and Palo Alto, California.


  • Richardson vs. Voinovich, Inc.

    Action No. 300-794
    Superior Court, Contra Costa County - Judge Richard S. Flier
    1987: Collection of accounts receivable, billing of accounts payable, and supervision of payroll for an architectural firm located in Walnut Creek, California, during the partnership dissolution.