MOTION FOR SUMMARY WHAT?
POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS OF INCREASE IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE LOANS

NOT YOUR TYPICAL ORDER TO APPEAR

By way of follow-up to my November 17 post "Not Your Typical Sheriff's Sale," J.K. Wall of The Indianapolis Star is reporting that former Conseco CEO Steve Hilbert will be in Hamilton Circuit Court (Noblesville, IN) this morning in connection with Conseco's continued efforts to enforce its $84 million judgment against Hilbert.  (Link to story.)  Although I have not reviewed the pleadings, presumably Hilbert's appearance before Judge Proffitt is pursuant to an Indiana Trial Rule 69(E)(3) order to appear.  As some of you may know, this phase of Conseco's litigation against Hilbert is called "proceedings supplemental to execution."

Here's a link to The Star's update to the story:  Hilbert, Conseco agree on $1.1M account.

Here's a link to the full story from Saturday's Star:  Hilberts, Conseco back at it.

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