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An excellent answer and clearly a great analysis. However, it appears that if the Assignment of Judgment is not filed in the California Superior Court where the judgment was originally issued, then it can't be filed. See California CCP § 673, (a) An assignee of a right represented by a judgment may become an assignee of record by filing with the clerk of the ...


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Yes. The lawyer can use this information. The privilege is a privilege against involuntary disclosure to third-parties. There is a parallel duty of confidentiality not to disclose information revealed to the lawyer to third parties. But, the lawyer is not revealing the information to third-parties in a collection capacity. And, there are exceptions to both ...


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Presumably this information is "privileged." Not necessarily. Different jurisdictions take slightly different approaches to Legal Professional Privilege but in general it relates to, and prevents the disclosure of, communications between a lawyer and the client that relate to litigation and/or legal advice. So unless the client provided the ...


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