JEFFREY BRAHIN presented a seminar entitled “Confessions of Judgment – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” at the 2020 PBI Real Estate Institute on December 4, 2020. This seminar was a comprehensive overview of confessions of judgment, including the drafting and negotiating of the cognovit clause, entering, and executing the judgment, petitions to strike and open the judgment, and appeals. Practical strategies were discussed regarding negotiations, notices, discovery, stays of execution, etc. Comprehensive forms are included with the seminar.
This is fifth time that Mr. Brahin has been requested to present at the PBI Real Estate Institute.
Mr. Brahin focuses his practice on complex commercial and real estate litigation, as well as real estate and corporate transactional work. Mr. Brahin represents a wide variety of companies and individuals in litigation matters including landlord-tenant litigation, litigation regarding options, adverse possession, partition, foreclosures, mechanics liens, actions to quiet title, condominium litigation, rights of first refusal and the Commercial Real Estate Broker Lien Act. He also represents numerous entities in commercial litigation matters which include covenants not to compete, trade secret disputes, partnership and shareholder disputes, commercial debt collection and the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection law matters.