Cal. Litig. 2016, VOLUME 29, NUMBER 3

The Court Bond Process: A Litigator’s Guide on How to Explain Court Bonds to Your Clients

By Michal Rogson

If you’re a litigator, then at some point you will encounter a client who needs a court bond — whether for a preliminary injunction, writ of attachment, appeal, or any number of reasons. When this happens, you will have to counsel the client on what a court bond is and how best to obtain one. But many litigators are at a loss to provide such guidance at the critical moment when a bond is required. This article aims to remedy that by outlining the basics of the bonding process.

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