Meet Kyra Andrassy: Music Enthusiast, Receivership Guru, and Bird Launcher

Like many of you, I became a lawyer by default. When I was twelve, I had surgery for scoliosis. That experience made me want to be a pediatrician. But, after getting through two years of calculus and chemistry at UC San Diego, a biology class at 8:00 a.m. three days a week, finally did me […]

Interview with the UpcomingLoyola X Keynote Speaker: Bob Mosier

For anyone in the know, the name Bob Mosier is synonymous with receiverships. Not only has Bob been a Court-appointed fiduciary for nearly 40-years – with 10-years of business turnaround experience before that – he is also a founding member of the California Receivers Forum and was the Publisher for Receivership News for many, many […]

Byron Moldo: He almost was a photographer

When I was a sophomore in college, I was confus ed about my future. On the one hand, I considered going to law school as had a cousin of mine. On the other hand, I seriously considered going to photography school and becoming a photojournalist, which, at the time, was my passion. So, what did […]

Kern County’s Judge Thomas S. Clark

Recently, I had the honor of interviewing the Honorable Judge Thomas S. Clark, who is the Supervising Civil Judge of the Kern County Superior Court.Below are excerpts from our interview.Question (“Q”): I see that you were born and raised in Bakersfield. What were some of your fondest memories growing up in Bakersfield? Answer (“A”): Small-town […]

Michael Muse-Fisher: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Receiverships

As is typical for most elementary school-age children, for as long as I can remember I wanted to be either an astronaut or a lawyer specializing in receivership law. Just kidding, but the astronaut dream is accurate: SpaceX, if you are reading this and looking for a middle-aged man to command your Starship that is […]

Richard Munro: A KIWI Living the American Dream!

During his primary school years, Richard Munro grew up on a farm with his parents and sister in a tiny rural town southeast of Christchurch, New Zealand. His mother was a homemaker and his father worked in several occupa- tions including as a tailor, dry cleaner, and farm manager prior to buying the farm, on […]

Loyola Law School’s Interim Dean, Brietta R. Clark

Brietta R Clark

The California Receivers Forum (“CRF”) has maintained a 20-year relationship with Loyola Law School, which has partnered with the CRF in the prestigious receivership symposium aptly named the Loyola Symposium. With the Loyola X Symposium just around the corner (January 18-19, 2024), we are pleased to share the following interview with Loyola Law School’s Interim […]