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Courts should avoid making sausage out of an LLC member’s interest during collection proceedings By Jonathan Linnemeyer Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, June 2010 Two cases-- with very different outcomes-- have challenged the issue of whether a creditor can foreclose a judgment lien on an interest in an Illinois limited liability company.
Courts should avoid making sausage out of an LLC member’s interest during collection proceedings By Jonathan Linnemeyer Business and Securities Law, January 2010 Despite the relatively unambiguous language of Section 30-20 of the Illinois Limited Liability Company Act (805 ILCS 180/30-20) (“Section 30-20”), it appears some courts have difficulty addressing the rights of judgment creditors seeking to satisfy a judgment through a limited liability company member’s interest.
Thinket Ink Information Resources v. Sun Microsystems By Jonathan Linnemeyer Business and Securities Law, June 2004 Whether corporations have standing to assert a discrimination claim under 42 U.S.C. §1981.

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