Judgment Enforcement And the Separate Entity Rule

October 16, 2013  |  New York Law Journal

Recent decisions by courts in the Southern District of New York have reached different conclusions about the continued viability and applicability of the separate entity rule. This article discusses Judge Rakoff’s recent decision in Motorola Credit v. Uzan and how his application of the separate entity rule in the judgment enforcement context may provide relief to international banks with New York branches caught between judgment creditors and judgment debtors in garnishment proceedings.

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