Attorney - Author
Jay has been admitted to practice law in Arizona (2012), California (2007), Nevada (2012), Oklahoma (1989), and Texas (1993), as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Ninth and Tenth Circuits, various U.S. District Courts within those Circuits, and the U.S. Supreme Court. His practice primarily includes two areas:
General business litigation, with an emphasis on creditor-debtor issues
This includes creditor rights and post-judgment enforcement, debtor representation, and typically involves issues of fraudulent transfers, charging orders, beneficial rights in trusts, alter ego and veil piercing, and related issues. Jay has also served as a court-appointed receiver. A significant part of Jay's practice is in the attack or defense of so-called asset protection plans. Jay is also regularly involved in litigation involving group captive insurance companies and similar captive insurance issues.
General business planning, with an emphasis on captive insurance and asset protection planning
This includes business structuring, planning with business entities such as corporations, limited partnerships and limited liability companies, and related planning for business owners. A significant part of Jay's practice is in the area of captive insurance planning.
2021.08.30 ... Charging Order Jurisdictional Issues In O’Neal
2021.08.25 ... The Uniform Public Expression Protection Act: Appeal
2021.08.18 ... The Complex Trust Is Simply The Criminal Tax Evasion Device Known As The Pure Trust Repackaged
2021.08.09 ... The Uniform Public Expression Protection Act: Analysis And Dismissal
2021.07.30 ... U.S. District Judge Employs Common Sense To Overrule Glitch In Charging Order Statute In Brogdon
2021.07.26 ... The Case Of Ernie Ryder And When Tax Shelter Promoters Drink Their Own Koolaid
2021.07.23 ... Delaware Department Of Insurance Loses IRS Summons Fight For Artex And Tribeca Captives But Can Appeal
2021.07.21 ... Repatriation To U.S. Of $18 Million Of Debtor’s Money In Swiss Bank Accounts In Schwarzbaum
2021.06.22 ... The Uniform Public Expression Protection Act: Proof And Evidence
2021.06.19 ... The Uniform Public Expression Protection Act: The Hearing And Ruling
2021.06.17 ... Delaware Chancery Court Navigates Around Charging Order Exclusivity And Recognizes Reverse Veil-Piercing
2021.06.09 ... The Uniform Public Expression Protection Act: The Automatic Stay
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Las Vegas Office: 6671 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Suite 210, Las Vegas, NV 89119, Ph: 702-953-9617, Fax: 877-698-0678. By appointment only.
Newport Beach Office: 100 Bayview Circle, Suite 210, Newport Beach, California 92660. Ph: 949-200-7773, Fax: 877-698-0678. By appointment only.
Phone: 702-953-9617 E:Mail: jay [at] jayad.com
Unless a dire emergency, please send me an e-mail first in lieu of calling to set up a telephone appointment for a date and time certain.
Admitted to practice law in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas.
Jay is a Managing Partner of Adkisson Pitet LLP.
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